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Desirable Daughters
The New York Times reviews
Redolent with myth and symbol, Desirable Daughters is a signature work that shows why Mukherjee is the literary mother of the young Indian writers now flourishing...
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Jesus Freaks
San Francisco Chronicle reviews
Jesus Freaks is an impressive feat of investigative history, bringing to light the warped worldview and abusive sexual and disciplinary practices of a deluded...
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Night of Many Dreams
San Francisco Chronicle reviews
Tsukiyama tells a quietly powerful and understated story of women finding their way in the world, and the strength they derive from family ties.
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The Satanic Versus
The New York Times reviews
Talent? Not in question. Big talent. Ambition? Boundless ambition. Salman Rushdie is a storyteller of prodigious powers, able to conjure up whole geographies,...
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Executioner Song
The New York Times reviews
This is an absolutely astonishing book.
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The Rabbit and the Raven
Tome Tender reviews
Melissa Eskue Ousley’s second book in The Solas Beir Trilogy, The Rabbit and the Raven has ramped up the conflict, raised the stakes and increased the peril to the...
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Silence of the Wolf
What's on the Bookshelf reviews
I'm pretty sure I've said it before, but it bears repeating, Terry Spear can write some hella good wolves. And jaguars. And she's got a new cougar out that I'm...
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Silence of the Wolf
Romantic Times Magazine reviews
  Romantic Times Magazine Review of Silence of the Wolf by Terry Spear 4 Stars Review: The outstanding and gripping plot of Spear’s latest installment in the...
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Silence of the Wolf
Fresh Fiction reviews
Romance Paranormal A hunky werewolf and a beautiful stranger collide in this hot new paranormal shape-shifting romance Gray werewolf Tom Silver is determined to...
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Cool Mom Picks reviews
I love children’s books with messages that support our values, but a lot of those books seem to put the messages ahead of the storytelling. In other words, I’d...
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