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Published Reviews

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Bulletin for the Center for Children's Books reviews
★ “For kids still struggling with their own truths, it can be hard to believe how much light there is once you come out of the cave. This is a book that knows and...
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School Library Journal reviews
★ "King’s thoughtful, sad, funny, and frank book will appeal to ... anyone who wants to define herself on her own terms." --School Library Journal (starred)
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Publishers Weekly reviews
★ "Funny, provocative, and intelligent, King’s story celebrates love in all of its messy, modern complexity."--Publishers Weekly (starred)
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Booklist reviews
★ "King continues to expertly plumb the lovely numbness of a young person struck by emotional paralysis. ... Another thoughtful, and often breathtaking...
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Kirkus Reviews reviews
★ "King has created an intense, fast-paced, complex and compelling novel about sexuality, politics and societal norms that will force readers outside their...
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Chico News & Review reviews
"Written in a warm, lucid style and rich with quiet humor and affection, this novel about dying is a pleasure to read and, in the end, quite joyful."
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Vanity Fair (Spanish edition) reviews
Estamos ente una de las sorpresas del verano. “Los anagramas de Varsovia” es, al mismo tiempo, una novela policiaca y una novela histórica. Y en ambos aspectos...
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Publishers Weekly reviews
In this enchanting tour of French literature—from Abélard and Héloïse in the 12th century to Marguerite Duras in the 20th and Philippe Sollers in the 21st—Yalom...
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The Washington Independent Review of Books reviews
The Warsaw Anagrams is an interesting mystery in itself, but Zimler is after bigger game. He hopes to prevent us from forgetting about the victims of the Nazis’...
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Midwest Book Review reviews
Stand Up For Yourself Without Getting Fired focuses on how to resolve workplace issues without endangering one's job, and comes from an attorney who provides...
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I'll Sleep When I'm Dead: The Dirty Life and Times of Warren Zevon
The Denver Post reviews
"...What makes "I'll Sleep When I'm Dead" a sort of classic rock biography are the insights into Zevon's creative process, his esteem for writers...
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Dermaphoria
San Francisco Chronicle reviews
"In a way, Dermaphoria is the literary equivalent of the cult film Memento... reminiscent of William Gibson's work, but Clevenger has his own attitude and a...
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The American Book Review:Volume 29, Number 5 http://americanbookreview.org/currentIssue.asp reviews
From Dimitrios Kalantzis reviews Margo Berdeshevsky’s "But a Passage in Wilderness": ...the most arresting poem in the collection, "Best Love and Goodbye,"...
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Waiting for Daisy
The New York Times reviews
Peggy Orenstein’s journey… proved a suspenseful one over roiling seas; indeed, as recorded in “Waiting for Daisy,” her unsparing new personal account, it...
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Remain In Light
Will Kenyon's Little Corner of the Universe reviews
Stronger in voice, more sublime in style, and ultimately more intriguing than its predecessor and many of its contemporaries, Remain In Light stands as a...
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The Anatomist
The Melbourne Age, Australia reviews
Not many 19th-century textbooks are referenced in the title of a television series. But such is the literary afterlife and continuing medical relevance of Gray's...
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MIDNIGHT AT THE PALACE: My Life as a Fabulous Cockette
Kirkus Reviews reviews
The radical politics, sexual rebellion, and theatrical extravagance of a spontaneously combusting, gender-bending San Francisco troupe, remembered here by one of...
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School Library Journal reviews
Gr 9 Up–When her mother chooses her boyfriend over her own daughter, Elle, 16, is moved into an apartment across Manhattan. She develops a friendship with Frank,...
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I'll Sleep When I'm Dead: The Dirty Life and Times of Warren Zevon
New York Times reviews
"...“I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead,” a no-holds-barred oral history that captures a lovable but wildly aberrant personality, draws upon a fascinatingly diverse...
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Publishers Weekly reviews
In this enchanting tour of French literature—from Abélard and Héloïse in the 12th century to Marguerite Duras in the 20th and Philippe Sollers in the 21st—Yalom...
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