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Kirkus Reviews reviews
Chinese Lessons in Board Books by Julie Danielson on May 25, 2012 | Posted in Children's   I don’t write often enough about board books for...
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The Sandcastle Girls
Library Journal reviews
"Bohjalian powerfully narrates an intricately nuanced romance with a complicated historical event at the forefront. With the centennial of the Armenian genocide...
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The Smartest Kid in Petaluma by Rob Loughran
Amazon.com reviews
Most Helpful Customer Reviews     Smart kid with a problem May 31, 2012 By Charles T. Markee The Smartest Kid in Petaluma Norman...
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The Sandcastle Girls
Booklist reviews
"A powerful and moving story based on real events seldom discussed. It will leave you reeling."
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The Sandcastle Girls
Publishers' Weekly reviews
"Powerful. . .Bohjalian’s storytelling makes this a beautiful, frightening, and unforgettable read."
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Middle-East Mezze
DEUS LOCI reviews
David Radavich, in his latest book of poems, Middle-East Mezze, has created a work that begins in commentary on these twentieth-century places and ends in the...
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Mail & Guardian reviews
"One is thrown ... into the heart of the action, in a state of dread and fascination induced by the dire events, the ­pristine setting and the perfection of...
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Next Stop: A Memoir of Family
Wired.com's Geek Mom reviews
It’s always fascinating to read about struggles that I’ve never faced myself. We’ve had several posts on GeekMom that were related to autism and raising autistic...
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Boston Globe reviews
Good history it is, covering the territory well....Written with a good storyteller's eye and ear for the incident that will stick in the mind long after summer's...
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Bonnie and Clyde: The Lives Behind the Legend
The Buffalo News reviews
“Bonnie and Clyde: The Lives Behind the Legend” by Paul Schneider is the best thing I’ve read this year — it puts truer faces on the duo than Warren Beatty and...
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Pretty Scary.com reviews
Sometimes erotica can miss out on one of the most important parts of what is sexy: desire. These stories are not about cold or nameless desire, poetry, or making...
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ForeWord Magazine reviews
Coming to Rest by: Kathryn Stripling Byer Issue Month: May/June 2006 Category: Poetry Publisher: Louisiana State University 72 pages, Softcover $16.95 ISBN:...
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BookTrib Review Crew reviews
Five Stars! Three cheers for Christopher Meeks and his wildly entertaining picaresque novel about the gentle, bumbling hero physicist Gunnar Gunderson’s quest for...
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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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Ninja Burger RPG 2nd Edition
RPGNow reviews
Ninja Burger: The Roleplaying Game is great. I picked it up mainly out of curiousity. Once I started reading it, I couldn't put it down (figuratively speaking, of...
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1955 World Championship
rlier this year, the Sons were sent a copy of Steven Travers' Dodgers Past & Present (MVP Books, 144 pages, $25). One in a series of similar books (along with...
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The prophet Daniel saw two men, one clothed in linen.
Amazon reviews
By Meg @ A Bookish Affair (Washington, DC) - See all my reviews This review is from: The Man Clothed in Linen (Kindle Edition) This is a really great read....
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Just Us Girls reviews
Sleeper’s Run was fast paced and exciting.  I think it would make a great movie.
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The Gift: ESP: The Extraordinary Experiences of Ordinary People
Journal of Scientific Exploration reviews
  Research in parapsychology has tended to follow at least two different avenues of exploration. Many researchers have continued the work of J.B. Rhine by...
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The Price of Passion
Lambda Rising Book Report, Bay Area Reporter, The Wishing Well reviews
“Wells’ language is a rich and varied drug… Unlike so many other highly charged novels, The Price of Passion is a fully integrated story with a compelling conflict...
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