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Published Reviews

Light
Impressions of a Reader reviews
Light is 'Nathan Burgoine's full-length debut novel. I've read most of Burgoine's short stories in different LGBT anthologies, so I'm quite familiar with his...
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The Thorough Check
www.facebook.com/kerala reviews
The website talks about the book as the one which extensively imbibes the natural beauty of the highly popular tourist destination-Kerala in India. The...
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Light
Examiner.com reviews
Burgoine’s initial novel is a marvelously intricate story, stretching the boundaries of science and paranormal phenomena, with a cast of delightfully diverse...
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Mother of Rain
Yakima Herald reviews
With unforgettable scenes starting on Page One, Zacharias does not sugarcoat the tragedy and the humanity, but neither does she skimp on the themes of love and...
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Mother of Rain
Chapter16.org reviews
The fictional folks of Christian Bend are more authentic than the actual people in any social history. Zacharias convincingly portrays what they eat and wear, how...
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Mother of Rain
http://www.eastoregonian.com/community/book-review-author-returns-to-appalachia-in-debut-novel/artic reviews
Set in the 1940s in the Appalachian hills of East Tennessee, the story follows Maizee, a 10-year-old girl who moves to the town of Christian Bend following the...
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Children's Literature Network reviews
The boys’ changing relationship and how they come to bond penetrates the heart. The details give the story authenticity and texture. The middle of the story...
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Booklist reviews
…readers will cheer for the two charming, perseverant protagonists as they force a corrupt grown-up to face the music.
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Of Little Faith (Steel Cut Press cover)
ForeWord Reviews reviews
A raw yet sensitive portrayal of hypocrisy set against the backdrop of the tumultuous 1960s presents the struggles of a liberal woman in the context of her...
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Geographies of Light
Human Architecture: Journal of the Sociology of Self-Knowledge reviews
   Lisa Suhair Majaj’s Del Sol Press Poetry Prize 2010 winning collection of verses (Del Sol Press, Washington, D.C., 2009, pp. 133) presents a...
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The San Francisco Chronicle reviews
  REAL, magical     By Skip Horvack   In an essay titled "Good Readers and Good Writers," Vladimir Nabokov argued that, while major writers are...
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"Beatrice's Mirror," by Melissa Morphew
http://www.chapter16.org/ reviews
"Marilyn Kallet’s new collection of wry, mostly romantic poems, The Love That Moves Me, takes its title from a line in Dante: “Amor mi mosse, che mi fa parlare...
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The Washington Post reviews
Feldman, a freelance writer whose previous books are “When the Mississippi Ran Backwards” (2005) and “Suitcase Sefton and the American Dream” (2006), doesn’t...
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Publisher's Weekly reviews
Goldmark takes an offbeat spin through the world of country music in her charming debut...the combination of Goldmark's playful humor, her smooth prose style and...
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Cover of Book reviews
This is a moving memoir that captures the journey of a woman who came of age as America struggled to deliver on its vision of racial and gender equality.  ...
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Boiling Point
The Sierra Club reviews
"Boiling Point features an eccentric group of characters — including two microbiologists, a celebrity figure, and a Nobel-winning scientist intent on destroying...
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Suite101 reviews
With all these characters that you cannot help becoming attached to, it is bittersweet when Theft of the Master ends. Thankfully, Edwin Alexander plans to release...
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Prepublication review reviews
Highly recommended. Kushner details her passion for kanji in an entertaining, humor-laced narrative chock-full of information, examples, and games. Anyone who has...
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BOOKLIST ONLINE reviews
The title of this collection hints at its contents—delectable stories with touches of the surreal as well as many plot twists and surprises. From short-short story...
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The Post-War Dream [2008]
San Francisco Chronicle reviews
Where Deb is transcendent, the other characters are earthy and real. The novel's other survivor is Lon, a vet who spends his old age swilling Corona with Hollis in...
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