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Keep and Give Away: Poems
Blog of Luna: a journal of poetry and translation reviews
Susan Meyers’ debut book of poems might as well have been titled “Contraries,” after the name of the poem most representative of the dominant thought behind the...
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Kirkus Reviews reviews
A transfixing confessional about the secret lives of dangerous girls.
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The Dog Diet
Arizona Daily Star reviews
To lose 30 pounds, Patti Lawson worked like a dog. And now, she's written a book to prove it. Lawson is author of "The Dog Diet," a memoir stuffed with...
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The Dog Diet
BooksAMillion.com reviews
Dogs are creatures Patti Lawson equates with men until the day she meets Sadie at PetSmart. Lawson, a successful lawyer and journalist who struggles with a weight...
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Into Thick Air
Kirkus Reviews reviews
Kirkus Reviews Delightful debut travelogue by botanist Malusa, who cycled to the lowest point on each of six continents. This peculiar quest sent him along routes...
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"Righteous Blood" by Cliff Burns
Locus Magazine reviews
"...an astonishing feat of fictive shape-changing...an amazement to behold. Cliff Burns plays his hand well and the whole book's a surprise well worth the...
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MADAPPLE
Booklist reviews
Starred Review, Madapple. Meldrum, Christina (Author) May 2008. 416 p. Knopf, hardcover, $16.99. (9780375851766). Knopf, library edition, $19.99. (9780375951763)....
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Rediscovering America: The Making of Multicultural America 1900-2000
The Year's Work in English Studies, Vol. 84, reviews
Rediscovering America: The Making of Multicultural America, 1900-2000 seeks to make up for the usual omissions, the oversights or the deliberate exclusions, in any...
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Rediscovering America: The Making of Multicultural America 1900-2000
Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information,Inc. reviews
Blank, who lectures on multiculturalism at the University of California, Berkeley, presents "an overview of twentieth-century America that is both...
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Rediscovering America: The Making of Multicultural America 1900-2000
"Library Journal" (9/15/2003) reviews
"The Before Columbus Foundation, whose 50-plus members include Marie Anderson, Herbert Kohl, and Ishmael Reed, was founded 20 years ago to promote...
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Do Gentlemen Really Prefer Blondes?
Publishers Weekly, Library Journal, Newsweek, Washington Post, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Weekly St reviews
“Playfully written scientific anecdotes.” –Publishers Weekly (starred review) “It becomes obvious that we are aware of only a small part of what drives our...
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The Good, Bad, and Unread reviews
Sandy M’s review of Destiny of the Wolf (Werewolf Series, Book 2) by Terry Spear Contemporary Paranormal Romance published by Sourcebooks Casablanca 1 Mar 09 This...
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The Big Splash
Publishers Weekly reviews
The seventh-grader version of a Raymond Chandler PI, Matt Stevens coolly navigates the mean streets (okay, the mean hallways) of Franklin Middle School in a first...
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Melody
BlackMeninAmerica.com reviews
Melody is a novel with a two part rhythm of a story line with fast twists and captivating allure that blend harmoniously to a true melodic novella treat. This...
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OVENMAN
The Oregonian reviews
"Ovenman may leave some readers puzzling over how When can be such a dope in some ways and still such a fun narrator. Parker rides that thin line of narrative...
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The New York Times Book Review reviews
Most of us dread winding up in a subway car or an airplane seat beside characters like Lucia Nevai's. Off their medications, away from their A.A. sponsors or...
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Raging Bibliomania reviews
In The Brightest Moon of the Century, readers meet endearing and affable Edward, a young man who is locked in a struggle with the world and his place in it. After...
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EW, PW, The Independent reviews
“Based loosely on D.H. Lawrence's 1924 pilgrimage to Taos, N.M., where he hoped to create an artists' utopia, Amy Boaz's diamond-cut debut, A Richer Dust, follows...
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Novel: Sardinian Silver
Allbooks Reviews reviews
www.allbookreviews.com Genre: Literary Romance Title: Sardinian Silver Author: A. Colin Wright Ah, youth! A time when young men (and young women too) struggled to...
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Confessions of a Jane Austen Addict (UK cover art)
The Guardian reviews
"highly diverting"
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