Guystuff by Linton Robinson

Civil Liberties lawyers find themselves defending racist white supremacists, because they believe that the right to free speech is more important than moral judgment of what their clients say. Reviewers are sometimes forced to give good reviews to books that they do not enjoy, because they feel that their function is to report on the […]

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Winter Fire by Laurie Dubay

It isn’t often that we find a self-published author of YA fantasy who has the skills to make “real” novelists sit up. In the case of Laurie Dubai, the ability to create striking and evocative descriptions of characters and scenes raises the impact of her novels a whole level. “Winter Fire” is a Y/A fantasy […]

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Canadian Pie By Will Ferguson

Writing a review for a novel is easy. You have a pretty good idea what readers are expecting from that type of book, and one of your main tasks is to tell them whether the author has succeeded in fulfilling those expectations or not. Reviewing something like Will Ferguson’s “Canadian Pie” is much more difficult, […]

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