Jul/Aug 2004

e c l e c t i c a   r e v i e w s  & 
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Reviews & Interviews

Ann Skea reviews...

The Lemon Table
by Julian Barnes

A House by the River
by Sid Smith

David Skea reviews...

Imprint of the Raj
by Chandak Sengoopta

Gilbert Wesley Purdy reviews...

eight pale women
by James C. Hopkins

by William Hathaway

Distant Kinships and Three Sides to the Looking Glass
by Anthony Bernini, Rachel Zitomer

Rajgopal Nidamboor reviews...

Life Everywhere; The Emergence of Life on Earth: A Historical and Scientific Overview; and Rare Earth: Why Complex Life is Uncommon in the Universe
by Peter D. Ward & Donald Brownlee, Iris Fry, David Darling

Colleen Mondor (our new Childrens' Books Review Editor!) discusses...

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and the works of Ian Fleming

Miss Piggle Wiggle and the works of Betty MacDonald

Something Rotten and the works of Jasper Fforde

Kevin McGowin reviews...

Briefly Noted by Various

A Carnivore's Inquiry
by Sabina Murray

Stranger Than Fiction: Stories
by Chuck Palahniuk

The Bookman's Promise
by John Dunning

lost boy lost girl
by Peter Straub

The Amateur Marriage: A Novel
by Anne Tyler

and discusses...

The Works of Ezra Pound