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Publishers Weekly reviews
Oden (Men of Bronze) follows his critically acclaimed debut with an eloquent and captivating historical thriller that chronicles the life of Memnon of Rhodes, a...
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UK Edition
Library Journal reviews
By 526 B.C.E., Egypt is on the brink of destruction. Ruling dynasties are increasingly corrupt, the common people are looking for new, strong leadership, and...
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UK Edition
Publishers Weekly reviews
(Starred) In 526 B.C., the kingdom of Egypt is decaying, threatened by treachery from within and by a massive Persian invasion from without. Hasdrabal Barca, a...
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Waiting for Daisy
The New York Times reviews
Peggy Orenstein’s journey… proved a suspenseful one over roiling seas; indeed, as recorded in “Waiting for Daisy,” her unsparing new personal account, it...
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People Magazine reviews
"This may be the most honest book written about the tsunami of emotion that hits women when what should come most naturally -- reproduction -- becomes instead...
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Seattle Post-Intelligencer reviews
"Inspiration and solace come in copious quantities in Peggy Orenstein's dazzling new memoir, a heart-rending account of her six-year quest to conceive a child...
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Washington Post reviews
"She treats her efforts to become a mother with intelligent skepticism and a brazen sense of humor... One of the best things about this book is that when she...
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Elle Magazine reviews
"Orenstein's nakedly honest account of her decision at age 35 to have a baby and her ensuing struggle to do so reads like a detective thriller. Each new...
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New York Magazine reviews
"The Rocky of infertility memoirs."
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MORE Magazine reviews
"...a raw, funny and poignant memoir ... she writes keenly and with humor about the difficult road her quest takes. By the time I reached the end of the book...
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The Montreal Gazette reviews
The best stories may be short, but never small; in fact, the ones that move us most deeply embody whole worlds. Such is true of the tough tales in Fierce, the...
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Publishers Weekly reviews
Much like Pynchon's acclaimed 1974 novel, Smith's extraordinary visual tribute can seem both too big and too good to be true. The 750 or so hallucinatory drawings...
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Texas Family (June/July 2008) reviews
Follow the honest, heartfelt journey of a father who discovers his daughter has a rare neurological disorder that leaves her unable to speak. By Plano father...
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Family Matters, Vision Magazine reviews
Despite the fact that definitions of the “average” family proliferate, the average family in fact does not exist. If it did it would spend roughly 1,400 USD (1,040...
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Neurology Today, American Academy of Neurology reviews
"For doctors, this book reminds us that children with developmental disabilities also need to be challenged, just as neurotypical children do, so that they can...
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http://therempels4.blogspot.com/2010/06/switch-book-review-giveaway.html reviews
"If you want to read a thriller that will take you on more twists and turns than a roller coaster, you must read Grant McKenzie's debut novel, Switch. This book...
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HARPIES' FEAST
reviewsbyamoslassen.com reviews
...Morganstein gives us characters that are well defined and real. When I say real I mean that we can see ourselves in the characters here especially since all of...
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Amazon.com reviews
If you want an easy read, an intriguing read, an emotional and move at a great pace read you have found it. Mike Tabor does a great job with character...
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The Capital reviews
all started with an e-mail from Jennifer Litchman six years ago. The Annapolis resident sent the message to Wall Street Journal columnist Jeffrey Zaslow after he...
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Vic's Media Room reviews
Christopher Meeks in his new book, Blood Drama, published by White Whisker Books brings us into the life of Ian Nash. Innocent routine activities.  ...
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