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Published Reviews

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The Beltane Papers reviews
Reviewer Denise Bell writes: Throughout the book the author has woven stories of women who each worshiped the Black Madonna, the Dark Mother, or the Divine She....
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Sage Woman Magazine reviews
Reviewer Barbara Ardinger calls the novel "a complex, sometimes disturbing, sometimes enchanting fairy tale about a long line of Sicilian* women who worship...
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Big Bridge Magazine reviews
Very early in the book, it was so very tempting to accuse the author of merely name dropping about his Herculean druggy glory days; touting others' achievements...
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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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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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Sizzling Hot Book Reviews reviews
Finding Felicity is a great read. The story between the past and the present are closely intertwined as we learn that Marco has become Father Marco at the...
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Hystera
RAGMAG, An International Magazine of Culture and Art reviews
“Someone once said that literature is either weighty and wise or interesting and captivating. Skolkin-Smith puts this to rest in HYSTERA. Lilly is a student in...
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Thisisull reviews
With his sixth novel, Hull native Tim Roux, is certainly one of the city's most prolific writers. A committed champion of all things East Yorkshire, the...
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Amazon.com reviews
I often hear people complaining that there is an identikit trend in publishing these days. Everything is a re-hash of something else. We have the sparkly vampire...
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Amazon.com reviews
"I have become a bit obsessive about how many Hull trawlers went down over the years. They say that it was more dangerous to be a trawlerman than a miner." So...
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Greasewood Creek
Library Journal reviews
The expressive language of poetry is unmistakable in Steele’s lyrical debut novel . . . This is a spare but powerful novel from award-winning poet Steele....
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San Francisco Chronicle reviews
There probably aren't too many Elis running around New Haven these days who think of Yale Law School as a kind of career halfway house, but that's what Adam...
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ForeWord Magazine reviews
"The author’s depiction of an autonomous, courageous, and intelligent girl coming of age in the midst of chaos (both historic and contemporary) is compelling. The...
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Eating Steve
The Daily Cross Hatch reviews
"Surprisingly warmhearted"
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