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Tangent Online reviews
This story has a surprise ending, which usually I wouldn't like, except in this case it turned what would have been a forgettable story into one that demands to be...
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Emerald City reviews
[T]he star contribution to the anthology, without a shadow of a doubt, is 'The Strange Case of the Lovecraft Cafe' by M.F. Korn, Des Lewis and Jeff Vandermeer...
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The Mumpsimus reviews
You will want a copy... Weird stories about food. And weird poems about food. And recipes for foodish items. And a beautiful, amusing cover.
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The Agony Column reviews
What could easily be one of the smartest, coolest and best anthologies to show up in 2004 . . . This is one of those rockin' really weird Rick-books that you...
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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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John Scalzi's "Whatever" reviews
"Since I know the people in the book, I can’t say that I’m at all objective about it, but folks, this is a good book. Rob writes well, with humor and anger and...
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Anh's Anger
The New Yorker reviews
"Promotes deep breathing as the ideal way to regain control during a tantrum."
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Moms for Books reviews
Legend of the White Wolf is not your typical romance novel, even though it starts out to be one. This is what is called an "Urban Fantasy" and it definitely...
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BlogCritics reviews
Kate Evans' novel engrossed me with its sharp wit and humor. I couldn’t help but get involved with her characters. They are similar to the highly artistic creative...
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New York Times reviews
In the quest for better health, many people turn to doctors, self-help books or herbal supplements. But they overlook a powerful weapon that could help them fight...
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Chicago Sun-Times reviews
Jeffrey Zaslow's name is familiar to lots of Sun-Times readers. From 1987 to 2001, he wrote a column that more or less replaced legendary advice giver Ann Landers...
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Detroit Free Press reviews
Zaslow, who lives in West Bloomfield and writes a column for the Wall Street Journal, is the guy who made the world poignantly aware of Dr. Randy Pausch, the...
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KARE 11 TV reviews
Eleven childhood friends who formed a special bond growing up in Ames, Iowa, are now the focus of a very popular book out right now. The Girls From Ames follows...
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Penguin.com reviews
Meet the Ames Girls: eleven childhood friends who formed a special bond growing up in Ames, Iowa. As young women, they moved to eight different states, yet managed...
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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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