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December 2009

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published December 2009.

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Cloud

by Lisa Romeo

Even without having seen her PBS Nature documentaries chronicling the wild horses of Montana’s Arrowhead Mountains, readers will appreciate Ginger Kathrens’ heartfelt book, Cloud: Challenge of the Stallions. The oversized book is... Read More

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Angry June Moon Says Hello

by Kristine Morris

Creating a history and legacy that can be passed on to successive generations is a function of community, and most social groups, including minorities within the larger society, do this openly and freely. The gay community, however,... Read More

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Swallow

Many of us know what it’s like to have a mouthful of angry words you’d like to let fly, but few of us bite back those words quite as harshly as Sophie Hegel, poor Arizonian turned (almost) sophisticated New York City lawyer.... Read More

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Feisengrad

by Lee Goodens

I want to stay as close to the edge as I can without going over. Out on the edge you see all kinds of things you can’t see from the center.—Kurt Vonnegut Satire has been used by some of literary history’s finest authors to expose... Read More

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The Draconean

by Gary Klinga

Three companions lead the Resistance against the evil forces of Gorillian, a warlord who is amassing his huge armies to impose his dark rule over the once peaceful realms of Elënthiá. What ensues is a brotherhood’s urgent quest to... Read More

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Snick

by Thomas BeVier

Suppose, through your own doing, such as giving a “copper a smack in the gob,” you find yourself doing “a six month holiday at the Queen’s expense” in an Australian prison and another prisoner makes an improper advance.... Read More

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Magic

by Lee Gooden

In the world of "Magic", powerful beings, called Adepts, have always existed side by side with humanity. The Adepts are divided into two groups, the “Elitists” and the “Humanists,” and they are able to perform tasks that... Read More

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The Black Ancestor

Leodine, a young girl growing up in the posh suburb of Elisabethville in 1950s occupied Africa, is shocked when she learns of her African lineage. Unable to reconcile her white identity with the existence of a black ancestor, she... Read More

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