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Published Reviews

God Particle
Goodreads reviews
YA books rarely deal with real world problems, yet Tate ventures in undeterred. Even as an adult reader this book is captivating, informative, and full of well...
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The Mandrake Broom
Let's Get Literary reviews
Excellent novel, great historical fiction. I highly recommend this book. It works as a quest, a thriller, an action adventure set in the fifteenth and sixteenth...
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Hard Listening: The Greatest Rock Band Ever (of Authors) Tells All
NPR Books, All Tech Considered reviews
"If there was ever a story that screamed out for a multimedia e-book treatment, it's the tale of The Rock Bottom Remainders . . . a bookish band, a small army of...
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Dead Man's Wharf
AudioFile Magazine reviews
Narrator Gordon Griffin speaks with an educated British accent, differentiating each character in this mystery through a slight alteration in pitch and...
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God Particle
Wistfulskimmie's Book Reviews reviews
This was a high octane race across the four corners of the Globe...I totally recommend this as a rip roaring YA sci fi thriller!
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Michael Dennis Blogspot reviews
White Sheets is Brahic's second book of poems (her first book of poetry was published outside of Canada)  and is jammed full of poetic gems.  Brahic...
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God Particle
Goodreads reviews
...this was an incredibly fast-paced book, filled with enough scientific data to give the story credibility, and a "villain" unlike any you've encountered before!
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Out in Print reviews
“(Y)ou’ll find a lot of entertainment in the many emotions of Paul Alan Fahey’s extraordinary anthology, The Other Man.... The humor base is covered by the opening...
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God Particle
Jennifer L. Oliver reviews
The one thing I loved about this book was that I couldn’t predict what would happen next. The storyline was compelling and unique.
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Eleven Eleven, Issue 14 (CA College of the Arts) reviews
Justin Chin takes his readers through a world of chaos and wonder in his latest novel, 98 Wounds. The novel is a collection of short stories that are...
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Some Secrets Should Stay Buried
Library Journal reviews
With this debut thriller, Ellison puts her mentoring by Lee Child to good use. A serial killer named the Southern Strangler is making the rounds of several...
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Romantic Times reviews
"an absolutely charming, feel-good read. Lauren Baratz-Logsted writes genuine characters, killer comedic timing and romantic blunders that are truly something...
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Spokesmen Journal reviews
A powerful and stunning debut novel...replete with insights into the delicate family dynamics and suppressed emotions of those left behind. Written with wisdom and...
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The Other Side reviews
Farzana Versey is a well-known, independent minded and rather spunky writer whose introverted public personality camouflages a healthy irreverence in her writings...
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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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East Eats West
Scribd.com reviews
  Barros, Corina 07-78921 September 29, 2010 Prof. Jose Y Dalisay Jr CL 111 The Image of Displacement when East Meets West Palmistry or the characterization...
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Severed Threads by Kaylin McFarren
Portland Tribune reviews
“Kaylin McFarren's latest novel is a fast-paced mixture of romance, mystery and adventure, with more than a dash of the paranormal tossed in for good measure. It's...
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Nocturne Romance Reads reviews
Marley’s novel could easily be classified as a mystery; however such a limited perspective would minimize the intensity of the emotional elements. This is a...
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The Common reviews
In addition to poetic shape-shifting, subtle confrontations often lurk deceptively behind the ordinary.  The title poem “White Sheets” opens Brahic’s...
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Literary Aficionado reviews
I've read and reviewed every book and play written by the gifted Christopher Meeks, so it was with some trepidation to pick up a novel with a title BLOOD DRAMA,...
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