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Published Reviews

Piper's Someday
Amazon.com reviews
Some books are so good they set you on fire. This is one of those books, destined to become one of those classics everyone should read, and trust me, you will want...
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SF Crowsnest reviews
Particular reference must be made to "The House Of The Rising Sun" by Elizabeth Bear and "Reality Interrupted" written by Jason Erik Lundberg....
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Whispers of Wickedness reviews
A fantasy tale of the highest calibre, at times I thought I was reading the last chapter of a great novel and it has certainly made me want to hear more from this...
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Tangent Online reviews
The writing is smooth and crisply visual, and the dialog sparkles . . . Go with the flow, and you'll meet an interesting character who ultimately is given a...
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Design For Interaction
C3 Magazine reviews
“Design For Interaction by Lisa Baggerman tackles the idea of user experience and interactivity as elements of good interfacedesign.” 
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Web Design That Works
Communication Arets reviews
“Web Design that Works is surprisingly, and refreshingly, free of code. Baggerman isn't interested in technical solutions. Instead she...
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The Anatomist
The Melbourne Age, Australia reviews
Not many 19th-century textbooks are referenced in the title of a television series. But such is the literary afterlife and continuing medical relevance of Gray's...
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Black Butterflies: A Flock on the Dark Side
http://www.darkecho.com/JohnShirley/bb_pw.html reviews
Best known as one of the founders of cyberpunk for his novel City Come A-Walkin' (1980) and as principal screenwriter of the cult classic film, The Crow, Shirley (...
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Living Shadows: Stories, New and Pre-owned by John Shirley
New York Times Review of Books reviews
LIVING SHADOWS (Prime, paper, $14.95), is subtitled “Stories: New and Preowned” because much of it has been previously published: some stories in earlier, out-of-...
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Living Shadows: Stories, New and Pre-owned by John Shirley
New York Times Review of Books reviews
LIVING SHADOWS (Prime, paper, $14.95), is subtitled “Stories: New and Preowned” because much of it has been previously published: some stories in earlier, out-of-...
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The Radiant City - Paperback
The Paris Voice reviews
In her beautiful new novel, “The Radiant City,” Canadian writer Lauren B. Davis evokes a Paris that is decidedly on the edge, a city in which everyone has come...
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Self-Publishing Review reviews
SPOILER ALERT! It’s a high-concept tale that could easily form the basis of a Hollywood blockbuster or season-long television narrative, such as 24.
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The Little Russian
Booklist reviews
“(A) sweeping saga… from its grim depiction of war’s depredations to its harsh portrayals of anti-Semitism to its fiery love story. A mesmerizing read.” —...
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Authonomy reviews
I am working my way through the Roux opera with pleasure. At last, someone who enjoys playing with the craft of story-telling. I really enjoy the excursions into...
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Fresh Fiction reviews
A spooky and fast moving plot that keeps you on the edge of your seat until the shocking end…Stacy Juba is a quite a versatile writer and each of her books carry...
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Reader Views reviews
Alexander is an incredibly gifted author. He puts into his characters, a depth of feeling, a glimpse into their obsessions, and those identifiable physical...
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O: The Oprah Magazine reviews
"Frank and urgent . . . . Trachtenberg . . . . rais[es] complex questions about justice, malice, compassion, blame, self-pity, personal responsibility, faith, and...
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Publisher's Weekly reviews
The 99th Monkey: A Spiritual Journalist's Misadventures with Gurus, Messiahs, Sex, Psychedelics, and Other Consciousness-Raising Experiments Eliezer Sobel. Santa...
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Those Green Things
Kids' Corner reviews
Those Green Things is a great book to coax reluctant read-alouders into playing along.
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Months and Seasons & Other Stories
Today.com reviews
I’m not an avid fan of short story collections, but I have to say I enjoyed Months and Seasons by Christopher Meeks. The stories are versatile, interesting, keen...
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