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Goodreads reviews
Anya’s War is a tender coming-of-age tale of a Jewish girl whose family escaped to Shanghai from the impending Nazi takeover of their home in Russia. Fourteen year...
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The New Black Magazine reviews
Williams produces a provocative, warm, disturbing and at times hilarious memoir; I was pleasantly surprised and I read it in one sitting. When I put it down I was...
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African-Writing reviews
One gets the impression that ‘Precious’ isn’t all the author has to say about her life so far. There’s every suggestion another volume is in the offing. This...
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The Independent, UK reviews
Harper Press £7.99 The Lotus Eaters, By Tatjana Soli Moral ambiguity brought into sharper focus Reviewed by David Evans Sunday, 23 January 2011 Tatjana Soli's...
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change.org reviews
But most importantly, Judith wants us to see that humanity exists, and can thrive, in even the places where we try to bury it. And when we choose to acknowledge...
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The Flag Keeper
Good Family Reads reviews
A very easy to read format, a few long words that are very well explained will not only entertain but teach kids of all ages. I was very happy that the Flag Facts...
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The Flag Keeper
The Midwest Book Review reviews
The Flag Keeper is a flat-spined softcover book designed to teach young children about the American flag. Simple color illustrations follow the bear girl Elizabeth...
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The Globe and Mail, Toronto reviews
THE ALCHEMY OF LOSS A Young Widow's Transformation, by Abigail Carter, McClelland & Stewart, 290 pages, $32.99 This eloquent and honest memoir is the story of...
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Niagara This Week reviews
The Alchemy of Loss is frank, open and chatty and begs the reader to keep reading. The author does not gloss over the unpleasant parts, including times when she...
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Our Farm: By the Animals of Farm Sanctuary
NY Daily News reviews
"Gottfried... based her poems on real-life animals that reside at Farm Sanctuary, one of the nation's leading animal protection organizations."
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The White Book
The Pedestal Magazine reviews
North Carolinian Alex Grant proved that he was a hell of a good poet with his award-winning 2006 Chains and Mirrors, and his 2008 chapbook, simply titled The White...
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The Enoch Factor: The Sacred Art of Knowing God
Lexington reviews
With the very first sentence Steve McSwain captured my own thoughts and spirit. From there I journeyed page by page with him through his own spiritual experience...
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Cartel: The Coming Invasion of Mexico's Drug Wars
Small Wars Journal reviews
Book Review: Cartel: The Coming Invasion of Mexico’s Drug Wars by Dennis J. Castellanos Journal Article | December 1, 2011 - 7:08am Cartel: The Coming Invasion of...
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Retirement Planning: How to Retire Happy, Wild, and Free
National Post reviews
Life of Ernie Is Wild and FreeFrom the National Post To say Ernie J. Zelinski has taken the road less travelled would be a large understatement. Quite simply, the...
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Dirty Words: A Literary Encyclopedia of Sex
Oprah's O Magazine reviews
A Handful of Lust ORGY IS A WORD that fills your mouth like a wild oyster that's just a little too big to (comfortably) swallow." That's one of many juicy-or...
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A Journey to Ireland's Literary Revival
suite1010.com reviews
R. Todd Felton’s A Journey into Ireland’s Literary Revival is a fascinating and well-written account of the rebirth in Irish literary between the 1890s and the...
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The Guardian reviews
Halfway through this novel, with three murders on his mind and the stench of an 1868 St Petersburg summer ripe in his nostrils, investigating magistrate Porfiry...
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http://www.columbiaspectator.com/2009/09/07/eric-barnes-novel-shimmer-science-fiction-meets-ponzi-sc reviews
. “[The] characters are the novel’s primary concern …. Shimmer is pervaded by a sense of solitude. … The descriptions of computers, networks, and information are...
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The Proxy Assassin"
ForeWord Magazine reviews
The Proxy Assassin Book Three of the American Spy Trilogy ForeWord Review “Dumb cowards live longer than smart heroes,” quips reluctant spy Hal Schroeder as his...
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Gilded Lili
Library Journal reviews
Freelance journalist DiNardo provides a fun romp through the dancer’s colorful life—the clubs she played, the men she loved, the court cases she faced—yet also...
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