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February 2001

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published February 2001.

Book Review

Unsleeping

Burkard’s somewhat elliptical, somewhat surreal poems have been teasing readers for over twenty years; one doesn’t go to them for meanings or stories or language experiments, but for a succession of domestic perspectives that tip the... Read More

Book Review

Run to the Sun

by Mark Terry

Is it possible for the sum of a novel’s parts to be less than the whole? In other words, can the novel as a whole be pretty good, but have individual scenes and situations, which either don’t work or make no sense? Can those scenes... Read More

Book Review

Whose Story Is It?

by Deborah Jesseman

Vivacious and continuously upbeat, the author leads the listener through one of her successful writing workshops. DiMaggio has written many hours of television and feature films, and she also adapts books for film and writes made-for-TV... Read More

Book Review

Animals Eating

by Diane Pozar

Most young children are fascinated with animals; what they eat and how they obtain food. The more bizarre the better. In Animals Eating, those children can read about some of these animals’ eating habits and gain interesting facts such... Read More

Book Review

Worlds of Wonder

by Christine Canfield

“The writer has to know what is in every nook and cranny of the story,” Theodore Sturgeon once said. “You don’t have to write it all down, but if you know what’s there, it’ll show.” Gerrold delves into the nooks and... Read More

Book Review

The Way to Victory

by Alan J. Couture

Vince Lombardi, the legendary former coach of the Green Bay Packers, once said that winning wasn’t everything, it was the only thing. He may well have been borrowing from the famous Japanese treatise on combat and strategy written... Read More

Book Review

Generation Risk

by Tracy Fitzwater

It’s scary being a teenager, but it’s scarier being the parent of a teenager. Parents want to protect their kids from dangers, the very things that kids can’t wait to experience. None of the temptations are new, and the risks... Read More

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