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Donovan Pasha and Some People of Egypt

by Gilbert Parker

"The book is to be commended to all readers because it has originality of theme, vivacity of style, and more than a touch of that mysterious Oriental coloring which acts as a solvent upon our latent incredulity, and makes these stories throb and glow with the vitality of actual life." -- Prof. HARRY THURSTON PECK in the New York American.

Reviewed on 2009.07.20

The Great Dome on Mercury

by Arthur Leo Zagat

Lame space adventure. Hero saves the dome.

Reviewed on 2009.06.26

The Belgian Cookbook

by Anonymous

Snarky Mrs. Luck!

"VEGETABLES: Nearly all these are at their best (like brunettes) just before they are fully matured."

Reviewed on 2009.02.25


by James Patrick Kelly

Well told story -- I could have explored the society much longer than the book allowed for...

Reviewed on 2008.10.05

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