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Published Reviews

Sweet and Sour
China Insight reviews
  The “Chop Suey Craze” that engulfed large American and Canadian cities in the early decades of the 20th century (see http://www.asian-studies.org/eaa/...
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Barbed-Wire Butterflies by Jessica Kristie
Huffington Post reviews
On first glance, Jessica Kristie's debut novel has a distinct Dickens' like narrative: Kidnapped pre-teen children living out a meager existence as slave labor of...
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"Between Soul and Stone"
PowellsBooks.Blog http://www.powells.com/blog/contributors/my-favorite-poetry-books-of-the-past-year reviews
"One of my all-time favorite poets...Her latest book, Between Soul and Stone, is incredible. This may sound trite, but I can't help but identify Berdeshevsky's...
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http://ghettosun.com/2012/12/19/soulful-ii-in-review/ reviews
"And then there was the Russian literary sensation Zarina Zabrisky. I could use a thousand fancy adjectives to describe how amazing her performance was but...
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Los Angeles Review of Books reviews
DID THE FRENCH INVENT LOVE? Or would it be more true to say that love is endlessly reinvented every moment, in every culture, every epoch? What the French did is...
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For One Who Knows How to Own Land
The South Carolina Review reviews
Owens's style is direct, unadorned, and consists of simple sentence, followed by a comma, then one clause and another and another . . . . There is absolutely no...
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The Momus Report reviews
"...heartfelt and occasionally raw in its observational detail." "All You Bastards... shows how far Schmidt is willing to push the boat out to develop his craft -...
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Patagonia Chronicle: On Foot in Torres del Paine
Midwest Book Review reviews
Patagonia Chronicle: On Foot in Torres del Paine is an engaging travelogue about the 2009 adventure that author Susan Alcorn and her husband had following the...
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Geographies of Light
Arab Studies Quarterly, Vol. 34 No. 2 reviews
   The theme of light and geography throughout the volume plots the layers of family and history through three continents and over several generations....
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Geographies of Light
Arab Studies Quarterly, Vol. 34 No. 2 reviews
 The theme of light and geography throughout the volume plots the layers of family and history through three continents and over several generations. The...
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Style Weekly, Richmond, Va. reviews
Eliezer Sobel and his wife, Shari, live in an unassuming neighborhood in the Fan. Their lawn is well-groomed, the paint isn’t peeling and you can’t smell the...
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Next Stop: A Memoir of Family
http://www.specialneeds.com/products-and-services/autism/book-review-next-stop reviews
One minute Finland has you rolling with laughter (when she tells the story of asking her son to take the wheel as she frantically takes off her black socks so he...
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The Midwest Book Review reviews
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Love Every Leaf, The Life of Landscape Architect Cornelia Hahn Oberlander
CM: Canadian Review of Materials reviews
... The intense personal interest of the author is reflected in the thorough research, attention to detail that brings the subject to life, and the conversational...
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Grasping for the Wind reviews
This is an apocalyptic story to stand alongside such greats as Alas, Babylon by Pat Frank, The Road by Cormac McCarthy, or the Wastelands anthology edited by John...
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The Boston Globe reviews
"...Doyon, who lives in Maine, has written several young-adult series. She bridges the gap from youth to maturity with intelligence and sensitivity. Robert could...
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Our Farm: By the Animals of Farm Sanctuary
Ellenville's Shawagunk Journal reviews
Here's a list of new books by popular actors and others. The first book is called, Eating Animals by Jonathan Safran Foer, and will change your life. Also of note...
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http://thefurnacereview.wordpress.com/2010/05/21/what-bright-messages/ reviews
May 21, 2010 Yes, we’ve featured Andrew Demcak’s latest book, A Single Hurt Color, before. But that was before we’d had a copy in our own hands. Now that I’ve...
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Dead On
amazon.com reviews
 4 of 5 people found the following review helpful: From PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER, October 30, 2004, by Ira Josephs, January 14, 2005 By  Kelly Jameson (also...
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Rebel: The Life and Times of John Singleton Mosby
Publishers Weekly reviews
In this sympathetic, brightly told account, Mosby emerges as an unpredictable, fiercely independent  figure with a near-obsessive ‘affinity for the irregular’ in...
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