Navigation

Follow Authorlink:

All about publishing a book, getting help to convert a PDF to eBook, and keeping up with publishing industry news

Search Book Reviews

Front List

Birds in Fall by Brad Kessler

Pub Date: Apr 11, 2006

  Birds in Fall Brad Kessler Scribner April 11, 2006 Hardcover/256 pages ISBN: 0-7432-8738-X Buy This Book www.authorlink.com   ". . . an atmospheric tale that is to be savored . . ." "The inn is a cocoon, a temporary sanctuary apart from the world…" "Kessler deftly weaves myth and spiritual traditions. . ." In Read more »

Does Anything Eat Wasps? by New Scientist Magazine

Pub Date: Apr 5, 2006

  Does Anything Eat Wasps? And 101 Other Unsettling, Witty Answers to Questio New Scientist Magazine Free Press April 5, 2006 Trade Paperback/224 pages ISBN: 0-7432-9726-1 Buy This Book www.amazon.com   ". . . the latest in science and technology, both great and trivial . . ." "…explanations that are both erudite and entertaining in Read more »

The Piano Man by Marcia Preston

Pub Date: Apr 1, 2006

  The Piano Man Marcia Preston Mira Books 04/01/2006 Hardcover/299 pages ISBN: 0-7783-2226-2 Buy This Book www.amazon.com     ". . . a heartwarming story anyone who has ever volunteered to be an organ donor would find enlightening." ?'Let me tell you something, mister,' she lectures him. 'You are not allowed to waste my son?s Read more »

Sharp North by Patrick Cave

Pub Date: Apr 1, 2006

  Sharp North Patrick Cave Atheneum Books for Young Readers 4/01/06 Hardcover/528 pages ISBN: 1-4169-1222-3 Buy This Book www.amazon.com   ". . . an intense, riveting journey . . ." ". . . a frightening story, but also one of strength, love, and most importantly, hope." In Sharp North, Patrick Cave presents a stark, menacing Read more »

The Heat of the Moon by Sandra Parshall

Pub Date: Apr 1, 2006

      The Heat of the Moon Sandra Parshall Poisoned Pen Press 4/01/2006 Hardcover/278 pages ISBN: 1-59058-256-x Buy This Book www.amazon.com     "Memory is a storehouse of the real and imagined…" "There are no clear cut villains or evils, just the seamless tapestry of raw human emotion and reality…" The greatest mysteries lie Read more »