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Consumption
Publisher's Weekly reviews
"'In this powerful first novel, a beautiful Inuit woman spends her teen years in the 1960s in a Montreal TB sanitarium, learning French and mathematics from...
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Biting the Apple
Lambda Book Report reviews
At first I thought that Lucy Jane Bledsoe's new book, Biting the Apple, was released at the wrong time of the year.  Dipping into the first pages, I imagined I was...
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Reap the Whirlwind
Literary Pride reviews
There is great romance here, and the religious elements, to me at least, made the book extremely readable—to the point that I could not stop reading once I began....
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Bleeding Hearts
Literary Pride reviews
Aterovis manages to give us real characters, the kind that we can identify with, even if the storyline may seem to be a bit unusual. As Killian Kendall matures and...
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Bleeding Hearts
Rainbow Reviews reviews
This is an astounding and award winning piece of gay literature. The reader is taken on a roller-coaster ride of romance, murder-mystery, thriller, comedy as well...
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Edited by Lee Child
The New York Sun reviews
When reading mysteries (or maybe anything, for that matter), whether for fun or because it's part of the job (some job!), it's easy to fall into the fuzzy womb of...
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The Soulstealer War
Front Street Reviews (http://www.FrontStreetReviews.com) reviews
The First Mother's FireBook I in The Soulstealer WarW.L. Hoffman Reviewed by Araminta Matthews We literary folk like to think that Genre fiction is sub-par to...
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VirtualWordsmith.blogspot.com reviews
"Camille Marchetta never flinches in this raw, but hopeful story of how people deal with a death they can't possibly understand.
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BookReview.com reviews
"Emotionally, the novel connects fiercely with readers . . ."
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Kirkus Discoveries reviews
"Marchetta’s prose is elegant in its simplicity, its rhythm gently carrying the reader forward like the Hudson River that figures so prominently throughout...
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Library Journal reviews
Little known in the West, Mithradates has not been the subject of a full-scale biography in over 100 years, even though he remains a national hero in Armenia and...
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A Tale of Three Cities
AMAZON reviews
Steven Travers captures the essence of the 1962 season in Major League baseball, while painting a vivid picture of the changes taking place in American society....
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The Possibility of Everything
womensmemoirs.com reviews
Bestselling author and self-admitted skeptic Hope Edelman believes in the possibility of everything. She just needs visible proof. In her latest book, The...
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Thoughts in Progress reviews
The beautiful scenery and flowing dialect will draw you in. The story will hold you captive as author Terry Spear takes you on a fantastic journey back in time for...
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Entertainment Weekly reviews
All of Wolff's experiences funnel into this buoyant memoir, which is rich in detail but never feels overembellished. Memories about the struggle to fit in can seem...
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Entertainment Weekly reviews
All of Wolff's experiences funnel into this buoyant memoir, which is rich in detail but never feels overembellished. Memories about the struggle to fit in can seem...
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Ritual's Cover
http://romancebookscene.blogspot.com/2009/09/romance-book-review-rituals.html reviews
This quick read novella gives readers a delightful look at light bondage. Both Maddie and Ryan are great characters having a great time exploring the new world...
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AOL's Gadling Travel reviews
Author Shelley Seale’s discovery of this human tragedy led her life in a whole new direction, and it is this that gives the book its impetus. Besides her personal...
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Sacramento Book Review reviews
Change Your Mindset, Not Your Man by Sally B. Watkins, a clinical social worker, is a rich investigation into the minds of women. Written in simple terms, it is...
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Washington Post reviews
Though the novel explores war primarily from the journalists' viewpoint, the secondary characters are generously drawn. In Soli's hands, edgy, frightened soldiers...
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