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cooljewbook.com
Hillel reviews
Descended from a long line of Ladino-speaking Jews, the chief Sephardic rabbi of Sarajevo and an Ashkenazi Holocaust survivor, Lisa Alcalay Klug is well-rooted in...
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The Chosen Blog reviews
Award-winning author Lisa Alcalay Klug's "Cool Jew: The Ultimate Guide for Every Member of the Tribe" was released to the eager masses this week and we thought,...
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The Forward reviews
California journalist and Forward contributor Lisa Alcalay Klug has authored the new book Cool Jew: The Ultimate Guide for Every Member of the Tribe (Andrews...
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A Gathering of Doorways
Enter the Octopus reviews
“A Gathering of Doorways” is about secrets. Not only does the land itself hold long-hidden secrets, but the people around it do too. As poisoned as the countryside...
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A Gathering of Doorways
The Agony Column reviews
Having found Michael Jasper first in Interzone, with a story he later expanded into the science fiction novel 'The Wannoshay Cycle', I pretty much expected him to...
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Salon reviews
"Searching and often searing . . . . humane and, at the same time, . . . unsentimental. . . .The Book of Calamities is a work of real moral intricacy . . . ....
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Orange County Jewish Life reviews
Book Review � Cool Jew - Mira Tweti An Interview with the Author of Cool Jew Cool Jew. Cool Book. Last May I met writer Lisa Alcalay Klug at Book Expo LA . It's...
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The Jews of Sing Sing
http://blog.eogn.com/eastmans_online_genealogy/2008/07/book-review-the.html reviews
Ron Arons has written a book that will interest not only some genealogists, but also historians, social scientists, criminal justice students and professionals,...
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Months and Seasons & Other Stories
Fresh Ink (Canada) reviews
The characters here, whether humourous, tragic, or mildly absurd are likeable, believable, and not always predictable--ordinary people, but with quirks that make...
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Chicago Reader reviews
Calhoun describes it as a moment where wrestling grappled with surrealism, and surrealism won out with a suplex powerslam—a scene where audience members whipped...
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Something Must Happen
Rattle: Poetry for the 21st Century reviews
Something Must Happen is notable for Balbo’s specificity of language, well-paced lines, grace, and patience for erecting tiny statues in honor of personal and...
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Joyfully Reviewed reviews
Wolf Fever is a fiery hot exciting novel! Action abounds from the first page keeping you engrossed. Carol and Ryan’s connection is sizzling. These two are...
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The Elf Queen
amazon.com reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Good read!!!, By mjshoop - This review is from: The Elf Queen (Clan Elves of the Bitterroot) (Kindle Edition) I thoroughly enjoyed this...
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Book Review Websites reviews
  “Crestmont is a fine and riveting read for historical fiction fans, highly recommended.”           ...
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Evergreen Review reviews
"In passage after passage, we see the truths of the heart are hard won; and this, the psychic searching that is behind every emotion rendered, accounts for the...
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American Book Review reviews
This anthology focuses on both male and female persepectives on myths surrounding the concept of beauty.
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WDR5, Germany reviews
Shines with a pleasing literary style, a quiet narrative and intense characters.
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The Book Connection reviews
THE RIVER, BY MOONLIGHT is a powerful, gripping story. Exquisitely written, filled with diverse, well developed characters, and brimming with rich descriptions,...
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The Sentinel reviews
"Now back to why I say I prefer this book and its characters to the Twilight characters — both now and presumingly at age 15. Simply put, Emer is more interesting...
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Dasha's Journal
Bookwitch Blog reviews
Dasha is a clever cat, and I’m glad I’ve got to read her journal on autism. She is very astute and has some good ideas about autism and especially about so-called...
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