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A really good short story that illustrates human nature at its worst.
09/30/2011
This is not a contiguous novel, but rather a collection of short stories about Bab that are all linked. Bab is a fabulous character and one keeps reading to see what sort of trouble her well-meaning intentions will get her into next. I just wish that there were more Bab stories. Happy reading!
09/30/2011
I had a hard time with Ayesha, the uber-villain of 'She' being turned into a misunderstood heroine. Still, it was quite readable,
09/30/2011
Not bad, not great, but at least it is very short. Norton writes much more interesting stuff than this story would suggest.
09/30/2011
I loved this. It really kept you going until the end.
09/30/2011
This book certainly has an interesting premise. Imagine aliens that look like phlegm and smell like a house full of frat boys after a baked bean cookoff. Well worth reading!
09/30/2011
Pretty good for an old-timey free book. Definitely worth a read!
09/30/2011
Ah ... diplomacy. Is it always what it seems? This is a rollicking romp of fun and short as well.
09/28/2011
Two sister-in-laws are grieving at the same time because they have both lost their husbands. I suppose this is Hawthorne's idea of a twist but it is merely average.
09/28/2011
A cute short story. Wish I had a teddy bear for a professor!
09/28/2011
Steven M Cross - An Intense Read Featuring Teens and their Challenges
FEATURED AUTHOR - Steven Cross remembers his first literary success, a play about a wolfman that his English class read. Cross, born in Missouri, has published plays, novels, and poetry and done well in some screenwriting competitions, most recently as a quarterfinalist in The Bluecat Screenwriting competition, considered one of the best in the country. Cross often writes about mental illness. He is an example of how a person can overcome mental illness and succeed. His young adult book Drowning covers bullying… Read more