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The Thorough Check
www.facebook.com/kerala reviews
The website talks about the book as the one which extensively imbibes the natural beauty of the highly popular tourist destination-Kerala in India. The...
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Light
Examiner.com reviews
Burgoine’s initial novel is a marvelously intricate story, stretching the boundaries of science and paranormal phenomena, with a cast of delightfully diverse...
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Mother of Rain
Yakima Herald reviews
With unforgettable scenes starting on Page One, Zacharias does not sugarcoat the tragedy and the humanity, but neither does she skimp on the themes of love and...
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Mother of Rain
Chapter16.org reviews
The fictional folks of Christian Bend are more authentic than the actual people in any social history. Zacharias convincingly portrays what they eat and wear, how...
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Mother of Rain
http://www.eastoregonian.com/community/book-review-author-returns-to-appalachia-in-debut-novel/artic reviews
Set in the 1940s in the Appalachian hills of East Tennessee, the story follows Maizee, a 10-year-old girl who moves to the town of Christian Bend following the...
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Children's Literature Network reviews
The boys’ changing relationship and how they come to bond penetrates the heart. The details give the story authenticity and texture. The middle of the story...
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A Difficult Boy - cover art by Marc Tauss
Booklist reviews
…readers will cheer for the two charming, perseverant protagonists as they force a corrupt grown-up to face the music.
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Of Little Faith (Steel Cut Press cover)
ForeWord Reviews reviews
A raw yet sensitive portrayal of hypocrisy set against the backdrop of the tumultuous 1960s presents the struggles of a liberal woman in the context of her...
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Geographies of Light
Human Architecture: Journal of the Sociology of Self-Knowledge reviews
   Lisa Suhair Majaj’s Del Sol Press Poetry Prize 2010 winning collection of verses (Del Sol Press, Washington, D.C., 2009, pp. 133) presents a...
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The News in Books reviews
Ian’s life goes from bad to worse when he walks into a coffee shop located inside a bank to apply for a job.  While he is filling out the application, the...
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The Organiser reviews
Indian Muslims are ghettoed in Pakistan Farzana Versey has brought out history through her travel fable that holds bare the social milieu enshrining the...
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Washington Post Book World reviews
"Recent postcolonial novels explore the cultural bouillabaisse: characters of various national origins, creeds and colors, living in an international capital...
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The Anatomist
Associated Press reviews
"The Anatomist" (Ballantine Books, 304 pages, $24.95), by Bill Hayes: Before surgery videos, medical dramas, House and McDreamy laid bare the body's...
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San Francisco Chronicle reviews
  The title, of course, is howlingly ironic. If San Francisco poet Justin Chin is laughing, it's just a gag reflex against a particularly bitter pill. A gay, punk-...
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The Big Splash
The New York Times Book Review reviews
Jack D. Ferraiolo is the kind of mystic who speaks only in metaphor. In the foreground, his first novel, “The Big Splash,” is a parody of Raymond Chandler or...
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The Lost Daughter of Happiness
American Studies International, Vol XXXVIII, no. 1, pp. 61-71 reviews
Scholarly article by Prof. Pin-chia Feng, Chair of Department of Foreign Languages and Literature at National Chiao-Tung University, Taiwan.  Prof. Feng suggests a...
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http://www.redroom.com/author/rosy-cole reviews
There are a myriad questions one would wish to ask the author of THE MARRIAGE OF TRUE MINDS, but the overarching one is: Were you aware you were retelling the...
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Voya reviews
VOYA-Starred Review April 2007 Beaudoin, Sean. Going Nowhere Fast. Little,...
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The Wolf and The Lamb by Rosy Cole
Historical Novel Review Online (August - November quarter 2008) reviews
Mary Cole, a butcher’s daughter from Gloucester, is ignorant of the ways of the world. In a time when men of the aristocracy had “official” mistresses, the...
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Library Journal reviews
"Master of Ceremonies" is the dizzying, tender, and true story of a fledgling actor whose first break results in a two-year stint as the emcee at Chippendales, in...
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