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Months and Seasons & Other Stories
The Compulsive Reader reviews
Christopher Meeks's collection of short stories features two short stories previously published by Amazon Shorts and Rosebud — the title story “Months and Seasons...
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India Today reviews
It’s a troubling journey into a complex society trapped between western liberalism and radical Islam, where distortions about India and Indian Muslims dominate...
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The News, Pakistan reviews
Being a Muslim in India is a tough job. Threatened and terrorised by a growing number of Hindu militant extremists, and constantly looked at with suspicion and...
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HorrorWorld.org reviews
HAUNTED HEARTS AND SAPPHIC SHADES: LESBIAN GHOST STORIES Edited by Catherine Lundoff Review by Alicia "Kestrell" Verlager Women's writing is filled with stories of...
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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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The Wolf and The Lamb by Rosy Cole
Historical Novel Review Online (August - November quarter 2008) reviews
Mary Cole, a butcher’s daughter from Gloucester, is ignorant of the ways of the world. In a time when men of the aristocracy had “official” mistresses, the...
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Months and Seasons & Other Stories
Metapsychology Online Reviews (Australia) reviews
"Months and Seasons" revisits some Carver territory with stories about (mostly) blue collar workers, often hard pressed by circumstance, hoping that their luck's...
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Minds Alive on the Shelves reviews
I've been reading a lot of short story collections lately - not my usual fare. Short stories are a good way to get a sense of a writer, seeing how he or she...
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Into Thick Air
The Globe and Mail, Toronto reviews
Low rider and long tripper by Kisha Ferguson August 9, 2008 INTO THICK AIR Biking to the Bellybutton of Six Continents By Jim Malusa Sierra Club, 321 pages, $18.50...
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BookGeeks reviews
Libby Cone’s debut novel is notable for a number of reasons: firstly because, unusually for a work of fiction, its genesis was as a thesis for a Masters Degree in...
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SciFi Guy reviews
The author keeps her supernatural world focused on just werewolves, world-building that is nicely uncomplicated and all the more powerful for it. Grounded in real-...
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The Loneliness of Dogs
Fiddler Crab Review reviews
Overall, Mayo’s judgments are consistently good in a free verse finding shape in sound, rhetoric and proposition. Most admirable is his vital balance between the...
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www.dignityrocks.com reviews
Dignity is often defined as the quality of being worthy of esteem or respect. Self-esteem, self-regard and self-respect are all values that every child and adult...
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RPG.net reviews
HELLAS works because it is consistent with its goal of making a space opera game along the lines of classic Greek heroism, with the setting creating sensible...
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Front page of book reviews
"I was moved by Michael’s very personal account of life in Iraq and the wisdom he gained in that crucible—including not to salute if I ever find myself in a war...
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Fresh Fiction reviews
With just the right blend of mystery, romance, and danger, TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO TODAY will be thoroughly enjoyed by anyone who is smart enough to pick up a copy...
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Kirkus Reviews reviews
An affecting memoir about growing up in two worlds, neither quite comfortable with the other… the story moves along toward a satisfying conclusion that speaks to...
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Look Down, This Is Where It Must Have Happened
Booklist reviews
With dark humor and deep compassion, Niedzviecki, cultural critic and author of The Peep Diaries (2009), delivers a haunting collection peopled by characters on...
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