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> Science Fiction & Fantasy / Fantasy “I was seven years old the first time my uncle poisoned me.” The first sentence of Sam Hawke’s City of Lies lets the reader know exactly what they’re in for. A deliciously tense, well-crafted start to a new fantasy series, City of Lies follows Jovan and Kalina, two young nobles who have been raised to detect poisons and prevent them from harming the ruling...
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Six recent books argue that a new narrative, or a new European political project, or an institutional revolution, is exactly what Europe needs. It’s not hard to understand why. The continent is plagued by crises that cannot be solved by any one European nation acting on its own: the arrival of millions of migrants, the rise of terrorism, the spread of international corruption, the imbalances...
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Find and read more books you’ll love, and keep track of the books you want to read. Be part of the world’s largest community of book lovers on Goodreads. You’re in the right place. Tell us what titles or genres you’ve enjoyed in the past, and we’ll give you surprisingly insightful...
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Book reviews and recommendations from the most trusted voice in book discovery. Founded in 1933, Kirkus has been an authoritative voice in book discovery for more than 85 years. Kirkus Reviews magazine gives industry professionals a sneak peek at the most notable books being published weeks...
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Career Experiences The author was in the MP cadre of the IAS and had a distinguished career both in the central and State governments. This is not an autobiography; it is a well written account of his interesting experiences. In this sense, the author is a chip off the old block. His father BN...
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Online book review magazine: Guides you to the best new and current books, includes reviews, excerpts, reading lists, find a book tool, info for book clubs & more. The Looting of the National Museum of Iraq When looking back on the Iraq War, many American policy decisions stand out for their shortcomings, such as de-Baathification, which removed all experienced civil servants from government in...
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Book reviews of fiction, novels, and nonfiction books. The US Review of Books is a leading book review publication and website, including example book reviews. Scott Rogers had an uncanny ability to get people to like and believe in him. In England, parents entrusted their children to him, not simply in the role of students at his performing arts academy but also as houseguests for sleepovers....
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Growing Readers (SM). The Children's Book Review is the kid's, parents, publishers, teachers, and author, illustrator, source for children's book reviews on. If you are looking for something unexpected and fun to add to your summer reading list, The Pesky Fly is a catchy little story that would go down well pool-side with. Which five words best describe Rocket to the Moon!: Big Ideas That...
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Horatio is the smallest of 12, in a family who live with little more than they need at the bottom of a big house. When Horatio is invited to a party in the attic, he's taken by surprise, he feels worried and frets about going. With encouragement to be brave from his mum and a thimble-sized cake in his hands he sets off through the house to the party upstairs. When he steals a small teak box...
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Find the best book reviews, book awards, online texts, reading lists, author and publisher information, book stores, book news, book events and more at BookSpot.com. BookSpot.com: Book reviews, book awards, poetry, literary criticism, authors &amp more.
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Common Sense Media improves the lives of kids and families by providing independent reviews, age ratings, & other information about all types of media. I'm on episode 8 and I love it. I think the characters are cool and the story is fun and suspenseful. I would recommend someone below the age of 10 watching it, unless they really like kinda scary things and minor violence. Granny is a horror...
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Authors get their work in front of the right people and reviewers only see the books they're interested in. Submit your book now! Let's face it, you reviewers get more books shoved in your face than you can shake a stick at. Book Review 22 helps reviewers. We email a list of books you might be interested in. We won’t spam you with genres you’re not interested in. Your book is read and reviewed...
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Charles Spurgeon’s famous statement that a Christian’s life of prayer is like the slender nerve which moves the hand of omnipotence should signal the huge level of importance God places upon our prayers. Could anything be more important and exciting to the Christian than seeing Almighty God being moved to answer your own specific prayers? Wayne Mack emphatically doesn’t think so, and that is...
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RT Book Reviews provides impeccable book recommendations with 200+ book reviews per month, exclusive excerpts, cover reveals, author interviews & more! By 1983, I had written How to Write a Romance and Get it Published, which went from hardcover to paperback (3 editions) for the next decade and inspired new writers to enter the Romance market. The next expansion came with our annual RT...
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The clicking, gurgling, coffee-table shaped alien vuuv originally landed on Wrigley Field sometime in the early 1950s. Promising advanced technology, state-of-the-art healthcare, and a coveted spot in the “Interspecies Co-Prosperity Alliance,” the vuuv effortlessly secured human compliance. Decades later, however, the human economy has collapsed, the environment is desiccated, and high school...
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Would you read more than 500 book reviews each month? The staff at Bookmarks does, and we distill the results into each issue of the magazine. Our readers enjoy summaries of hundreds of opinions from every major newspaper and magazine for a comprehensive look at 50 new fiction, nonfiction, and children's books, all designed to give you the information you need to make the best reading choices....
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Originally launched in 2007 as Omnivoracious (“Hungry for the next good book”), The Amazon Book Review has served as the place for the Amazon Books editors to talk about our passions for fiction, nonfiction, cookbooks, kids’ books, mysteries, romance, and science fiction. Here you’ll find interviews with your favorite authors, Best Books of the Month announcements, reviews, and occasional...
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Because of Hurricane Harvey's aftermath in Victoria and the greater Crossroads region, Lacy Johnson's Reading Series appearance on September 7, 2017 is cancelled. The UHV/ABR Reading Series for Fall 2017 has been announced. Join us to hear Lacy Johnson, Kwame Dawes, Ru Freeman, Frederick Luis Aldama, and R. Clay Reynolds. UHV/ABR spring line up announced! Join us in the spring to hear James L....
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You can't deny it....and you know you do it too! When you purchase something online and it's on a site where there are reviews and star ratings, you definitely check those reviews out ALL THE TIME and most likely making your buying decision based off of those reviews. Ain't No Stoppin It Now. We all do it! Isn't social media grand? This is the same with book buyers! Buyers pay attention to...
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Reviews of books by, for, about, and of interest to women. We love books that tell the truth about women's lives. Durations by Carolyn Osborn Durations, by Carolyn Osborn, is really two books: a memoir of her childhood in Tennessee and move to Texas, and a collection of personal essays. The memoir focuses on young Carolyn navigating life without a mother and the ways war separates families....
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