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Published Reviews

Some of Rucker's Books
Publishers Weekly and Others reviews
Kick-ass, hugely entertaining, unique, distinctive, stunninly bold, pitch-perfect, intense, relevant, hip, playfully weird, splendidly goofy, of Dickensian genius...
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The Sixth Form: A Novel
San Francisco Chronicle reviews
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People Magazine, "Did He Do it" double issue reviews
"Deeply felt and often darkly funny, Look Me in the Eye is a delight."-PEOPLE magazine, Critics Choice, 4 Stars
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Booklist magazine reviews
*Starred Review* If one looked at only Robison's impish sense of humor (he once ordered a blow-up sex doll to be delivered to his junior-high-school teacher—at...
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Publishers Weekly online and print reviews
Starred Review. Robison's thoughtful and thoroughly memorable account of living with Asperger's syndrome is assured of media attention (and sales) due in part to...
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The United States of Appalachia
San Antonio Express-News reviews
  When the hit TV show “Lost” ended last spring, the writers had reintroduced to the American vocabulary the pejorative use of a word that had, thankfully,...
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Lost Dog
Mystery Scene Magazine reviews
... Cameron's ability to make readers feel for both speaks volumes; his ability to keep readers in suspense as they come closer to a final meeting makes him...
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Lost Dog
Fiction Nation reviews
... Took me a while to decide how I felt about this book, until I realized I'd been holding my breath for several pages. Its damaged characters and cold locale...
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The Soulstealer War
Roundtable Reviews reviews
Clocking in at fewer than three hundred pages, THE FIRST MOTHER’S FIRE is a quick read and never overstays its welcome like more than a few ponderous fantasy books...
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GUD Magazine reviews
Marais’ “The Cure” is an elegantly erudite novel with compelling prose.  It recounts a man's mental journey, far from home; Robert has distanced himself from...
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The Fall of Augustus
News Bureau, University of Illinois reviews
"Wisseman teaches an anthropology course and is director of the Program on Ancient Technologies and Archaeological Materials at the University of Illinois. And...
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WIRED online reviews
But I’m always glad to find an independent project that I enjoy. The perception for independent comics, I think, is that they’re the literary fiction version of...
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Breaking Out of Bedlam
Boston Globe reviews
“Leslie Larson gives an 82-year-old assisted living resident an unforgettable voice: caustic, profane, searingly honest….Cora Sledge is an unlikely heroine. She’s...
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Breaking Out of Bedlam
AARP Magazine reviews
“Tough-edged Cora Sledge, 82, is a reluctant resident of The Palisades nursing home—a prison [where] your only crime is you lived too long.” Her tell-all journal,...
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Diana Page Jordan reviews
Sascha’s hilarious, strikingly non-chronological account of how she married – and divorced – the obvious guy at the obvious time – hits a bit close to home.
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Diana Page Jordan reviews
Sascha’s hilarious, strikingly non-chronological account of how she married – and divorced – the obvious guy at the obvious time – hits a bit close to home.
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Los Angeles Times reviews
Kings of the Earth displays a "subtle brilliance...so vibrant that you feel the bite of a northern wind, smell the rankness of dissipated lives and experience the...
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Love Romance Passion reviews
Review: As a reader who’s been following Spear’s werewolf series, I’m declaring Wolf Fever the best novel…thus far. I held my breath quite a bit with book six....
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http://thewrittenuniverse.blogspot.com/ reviews
Kuhns weaves an intricate story whose characters fairly leap off the page. The characters are all clearly defined and could easily support books on their own. Even...
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Anna's Book Blog reviews
Thoughts: This latest installment in the werewolf series is one of my favorites, along with the first book Heart of the Wolf. There is always something fresh and...
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