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eReviews Dyman Associates Book Publishing Inc: Book Review - Girl in the Dark by Anna Lyndsey
This memoir is wonderfully written,
beautifully arranged, and a heart-wrenching but hopeful masterpiece. "Something is afoot within me
that I do not understand, the breaking of a contract that I thought could not
be broken, a slow perverting of my substance...

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Dyman Associates Publishing Inc. Book Review: Prince Caspian (The Return to Narnia)
It's always
a joy to rediscover old favorites, especially something from famous novelist CS
Lewis. His classic
series of fantasy novels for children has already spawned three movie
adaptations, but I still like to go back to the books as much as possible. H...

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eReviews Dyman Associates Publishing Inc: Why Are We Obsessed With the Great American Novel?
Each week in Bookends, two writers take on questions about the
world of books. This week, Cheryl Strayed and Adam Kirsch try to get to the bottom
of our long-running obsession with the Great American Novel . By Cheryl Strayed The idea that only one person c...

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eReviews Dyman Associates Publishing Inc: 'Whipping Boy' by Allen Kurzweil
When a middle-class Jewish boy from New York enrolled at a Swiss
boarding school in 1971, the lessons in swordsmanship and elocution were hardly
the strangest things he encountered. Unchaperoned boys were often sent with
minimal supplies on expeditions into...

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eReviews Dyman Associates Publishing Inc: ‘Amnesia,’ Peter Carey’s novel about cybercrime
Halfway through Peter Carey’s new novel, “Amnesia,” I began to
worry I was suffering from it. Who wrote this tedious mess? Where was that two-time Booker winner who gave us such spectacular
novels as “Oscar and Lucinda” and “Jack Maggs”? Readers may have tr...

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Dyman Associates Publishing Inc. Book Review: The Seven Dials Mystery
Starting the year is a
look-back on a classic from the Queen of Mysteries herself Agatha Christie,
known for, well, great mystery novels. The Seven Dials
Mystery started out lightly in a country house with a group of young people
making fun of their friend ...

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Dyman Associates Publishing Inc. Review: Artemis Fowl
As a Sherlock Holmes fan, I'm already partial to a character whose qualities include a calculating mind and a knack for intelligent quips. If he happens to be the main character in a heist plot, then I'm sold. On this first installment of an 8-part series b...

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Dyman Associates Publishing Inc. Reviews on Being Mortal: Medicine & What Matters in the End by Atul Gawande
Atul Gawande, a Boston surgeon explores the issues of aging
and death in this book which, among
other books dealing with the same subjects, echoes the driving desire for
awareness of the human condition in terms of longevity and living a meaningful
life. We...

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Book Reviews Dyman Associates Publishing Inc: 'Tennessee Williams' by John Lahr
Book Review : 'Tennessee Williams' by John Lahr This is by far the best book ever written about
America's greatest playwright. John Lahr, the longtime drama critic for the New
Yorker, knows his way around Broadway better than anyone. He is a witty and
elega...
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