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Armchair Interviews reviews
An award-winning author of medieval historical romantic suspense treats us to a magical romance of a werewolf and a human, and how love can conquer all. Tess...
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The Calligrapher’s Daughter
Library Journal reviews
Kim, Eugenia. The Calligrapher’s Daughter. Holt. Aug. 2009. c.400p. ISBN 978-0-8050-8912-7. $26. F Kim’s debut is the first-person chronicle of Najin, a young...
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Forgetting English
Seattlest reviews
Forgetting English is a wonderfully written, powerful compilation of short stories. After reading it, we're not surprised at all that the collection was the winner...
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The Peep Diaries: How We're Learning to Love Watching Ourselves and Our Neighbors
Now Magazine reviews
Hal Niedzviecki’s new book coins the term “peep culture” and harnesses a ton of research – as well as his impressive analytical skills – in a way that’s sure to...
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The Peep Diaries: How We're Learning to Love Watching Ourselves and Our Neighbors
The Globe and Mail reviews
I hate Facebook. I've grown to dread the banal, relentless churn of it: the minutiae of people's status updates, the way it turns otherwise decent people into...
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Forgetting English
The Seattle Times reviews
Raymond's prose often lights up the poetry-circuits of the brain, less because of lyrical language and more due to things that work as both literal and symbolic...
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Kill-Grief by Caroline Rance
Vulpes Libris reviews
From the very first sentence, this book wraps you round in a coat of darkness, tension, low-life street horror and kick-ass descriptive poetry strong enough to...
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Kill-Grief by Caroline Rance
The Bookbag reviews
This debut novel is by a very talented author indeed. The front cover bears the legend jolts the reader into Hogarth's world with a vengeance - and this exactly...
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Deniability
Library Journal reviews
"Smart, timely, and sane, this volume is highly recommended."
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Forgetting English
Fiction Writers Review reviews
In her impressive debut collection, Forgetting English, Midge Raymond sets her stories in a variety of locations outside the continental United States. How many...
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The Hindu reviews
FIFTEEN years after a little known paperback unexpectedly made the bestseller lists, cultural compare and contrasts still seem the in thing. The world may have...
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Kill-Grief by Caroline Rance
The Bookbag reviews
This debut novel is by a very talented author indeed. The front cover bears the legend jolts the reader into Hogarth's world with a vengeance - and this exactly...
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http://www.eroticarevealed.com/reviewer.php?id=4&first=Jean&last=Roberta&panel_id=0 reviews
Here is Marta, the vampire narrator of Remittance Girl's story, "Midnight at Sheremetyevo: "Ever since I joined the family, the annual journey to Zurich to arrange...
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Andrew Crofts' Blog reviews
Well-known author and Ghostwriter, Andrew Crofts, comes across The Ghosts of Eden and describes it as a 'masterpiece'.
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Charlotte Observer reviews
Scott Owens' new poetry collection, "Something Knows the Moment," wastes no time submerging readers in his theme, a candid investigation, sometimes raw and...
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Forgetting English - new edition
Write Meg reviews
“Midge Raymond’s Forgetting English offers readers vignettes with a common theme: every story involves a stranger in a strange land...Regardless of where they...
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Kindle and Nook available now; print available September 17
Alive on the Shelves reviews
Gunnar Gunderson is having his midlife crisis a little early. He’s just gotten tenure and suddenly he decides he needs a wife. Gunnar’s a scientist, not a romantic...
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Dark Knowledge
BookWenches reviews
Keith Pyeatt’s novel Dark Knowledge is the story about a good versus evil struggle, difficult choices, and sacrifice, as a man finds that some gifts come with...
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ForeWord Reviews reviews
Mosquera pulls readers in with intoxicating descriptions of his country, capturing Venezuela’s allure even as he portrays its violence and poverty. He also...
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KIDSVILLE Parentown Bookshelf reviews
Every day is someones birthday, which Januarys Child celebrates with creative attributes for each month of the year. More positive than the traditional Monday's...
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