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http://www.cleveland.com/books/index.ssf/2009/06/slanted_and_enchanted_by_kaya.html reviews
“[An] absorbing nonfiction study of indie culture.... Oakes is no dry outsider. She believes in what she describes, she contributes to it and she speaks its...
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Deseret News reviews
"The Crying Tree" is hauntingly beautiful and sad as Rakha examines themes of hate, forgiveness, redemption, acceptance and love. Here, Rakha brings hard questions...
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Las Vegas Review-Journal reviews
“The Crying Tree” is a powerful novel full of moral questions as well as surprises. Like real life, there are no easy roads for these characters, but they make...
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San Francisco Chronicle reviews
Remember this name: Michelle Richmond...impressive talent and emotional range...Richmond writes with grace, calm, a refreshing sense of playfulness
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La Libre, Belgium reviews
"With sensitivity, Michelle Richmond examines the fragility of our own stories and the role of memory."
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Paisajes reviews
"Richmond masterfully conjures feelings of love and loss."
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WDR5, Germany reviews
Shines with a pleasing literary style, a quiet narrative and intense characters.
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Madame Magazine reviews
Deeply moving.
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Radio France reviews
"The gripping story of the search for a missing child..."
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Elle France reviews
A breathtaking novel...magnetic.
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An Enviromystery
The Hindu reviews
It is a full moon night. The Green Ghost sends blood curdling cries and romps around with thunder-like din. Monika, who is on a holiday to Nainital to visit her...
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The Commercial Appeal reviews
"...a sheen of elegance and terror; one is reminded, in Barnes' language and locution, of Don DeLillo's scalpel-sharp delineation of American corporate culture and...
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When Falls the Colesium: A Journal of American Culture (or lack thereof) reviews
ryant Simon, author of Everything but the Coffee: Learning about America from Starbucks, is a history professor at Temple University in Philadelphia and has spent...
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Amazon.com reviews
I have never slowed down because of age. In fact, the opposite is true--since I turned 50 I have really speeded up. I have never really wondered what I will do...
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Midwest Book Review: Klausner's Bookshelf reviews
This is a terrific young adult thriller that provides a fascinating look at the ancient Greek Gods (mindful of classic Star Trek's Who Mourns for Adonis?). The...
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Voice from the Planet
Arizona State University News reviews
Voice from the Planet's 30 stories came from authors in Congo, Peru, the United States, Bulgaria, Belgium, Canada, Brazil, Scotland, Finland, England and other...
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Dead On
bn.com reviews
Customer Reviews Number of Reviews: 1Average Rating: Write a Review Suspenseful, intriguing, and funTom, A reviewer, 02/04/2008 Dead On is a great read. Fast,...
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The Ultimate Rush
http://www.chrismoore.com/geekchic_picks.html reviews
“Generation Q! Attention all rollerblading, computer-hacking, grunge-listening, omnisexual, multi-pierced twentysomethings. Okay, now attention all those who...
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Rediscovering America: The Making of Multicultural America 1900-2000
The Year's Work in English Studies, Vol. 84, reviews
Rediscovering America: The Making of Multicultural America, 1900-2000 seeks to make up for the usual omissions, the oversights or the deliberate exclusions, in any...
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