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Published Reviews

Birds of Paradise Lose
Goodreads.com reviews
  Andrew Lam, one of my favorite writers, has often demonstrated his journalist's ability to see the broad themes in the most particular of situations. He is...
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Riding the Rails
Elisa Reviews reviews
Sure there is a bittersweet aftertaste all along the anthology, something that, truth be told, I have always found when reading stories related to trains… there...
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Let My Colors Out
LoveLaughter Till Eternity reviews
The book attempts to enlarge the vision of people who want to help  children cope with the wide range of emotions that may lead to depression, following a...
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A List of Offences
Universidad de las Americas reviews
Nuestra reseña ensayÌstica traducida y publicada con el TOMO “LA LISTA DE OFENSAS” MARAVILLOSA NOVELA DE NUESTRA AMIGA, LA ESCRITURA UNIVERSAL, DLIRUBA Z. ARA. A...
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A List of Offences
800cl reviews
Poco y nada sabemos por estos lares de la literatura bengalí. Por eso, la sola llegada de un titulo de tan remotos confines llama la atención. La Lista de...
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A List of Offences
Various reviews
Here are some of the reviews for my debut novel A List of Offences. It's currently available for Kindle, and is soon to be a print book, as well.   “In  ...
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Lambda Literary reviews
The first line of Urvashi Vaid’s new book Irresistible Revolution: Confronting Race, Class and the Assumptions of LGBT Politics (Magnus Books) is enough to...
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Kirkuk Reviews reviews
The moving story of a woman holding on to romance while trying to save her troubled lover. An ambitious work, Wallace’s debut novel tackles difficult subjects,...
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"Iron"
http://www.literarydeathmatch.com/upcoming-events/la-ep-19.html reviews
"Zabrisky was a bright light of wow, the way she performed a gorgeous story to music, in way-high heels, and shouted into the microphone while waving a fist in...
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First Girl Scout, The Life of Juliette Gordon Low
Wall Street Journal reviews
"...a good-looking volume, illustrated with historical photographs, set on pages that resemble pale green embroidered linen and sparkling with the force of Low's...
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Various reviews
Praise for Felicity and Barbara Pym "A splendid book! Original, controversial, academic, readable, serious, light-hearted, sensible, charming..." - Hazel Holt,...
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THE ELEPHANT TALKS TO GOD
Fantasy & Science Fiction May 1990 reviews
REVIEW OF FIRST EDITION: Dale Estey's The Elephant Talks to God is, first and foremost, a witty, satirical book about the relationship between mortals and an...
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White Snake and Other Stories
City Pages reviews
In Yan's stories it is the small kindness, the brief, tender moment, that surmounts the walls. At these times her characters, no matter how recalcitrant, breathe...
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East Eats West
International Examiner reviews
Andrew Lam’s book is something of a mixed bag. It is part essay and part journalism. In his essays, he writes in the first-person and mines the material of his...
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East Eats West
Los Angeles Review of Books reviews
  Of Refugees and Cosmopolites  Ever since childhood, I have had an odd aversion to reading any book with the word "dream" in its title, doubly...
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My Postwar Life
San Jose Mercury News reviews
"My Postwar Life: New Writings From Japan and Okinawa" edited by Elizabeth Mc- Kenzie (Chicago Quarterly Review Books, $19.95, 328 pages). Santa Cruz editor...
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The Lost Daughter of Happiness
Contemporary Literature - Volume 47, Number 4, Winter 2006, pp. 570-600 reviews
Although the name Yan Geling may mean very little to U.S.-based academics, Yan is often commended by scholars in mainland China and Taiwan as one of the most...
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Kindle and Nook available now; print available September 17
Book Geeks (UK) reviews
Remember when you used to hang out at the local boozer hoping to bump into this guy or gal who you couldn’t get out of your head but who refused to do much except...
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Globe and Mail reviews
Women will do anything for love. That much is clear in Victoria Zackheim's revealing - and riveting - collection of female-authored essays in The Other Woman. The...
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The Anatomist paperback
New York Times Book Review reviews
Henry Gray, the man behind Gray’s Anatomy (he had the help of a fellow doctor who created the drawings), became Hayes’s obsession. He finds out as much as he can...
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