Thursday, January 08, 2009

Review Books

This is a list of the books reviewed on In Spring it is the Dawn, that were sent to me by either the author, publisher or publicist, free of charge.

Disclaimer: Books received for review purposes are indicated as such on the relevant blog posts, and whatever the source of a book, it does not affect the content of my review. For more information, please visit my About Page.

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Reviews (alphabetical by title):
(click on the title to read my review)
31 Hours, by Masha Hamilton (ebook, Unbridled Books)
Admit One: My Life in Film, by Emmett James (Online Publicist)
Bad Marie, by Marcy Dermansky (Harper Perennial)
Best Intentions, by Emily Listfield
Between Me and the River: Living Beyond Cancer, by Carrie Host (Online Publicist)
Beyond the Blossoming Fields, by Jun'ichi Watanabe (Alma Books)
Big in Japan: A Ghost Story, by M. Thomas Gammarino (Chin Music Press)
Caribou Island, by David Vann
Clouds Over Mountains, by Matt Joseph
Dear Everybody, by Michael Kimball (ebook, Alma Books)
Down to a Sunless Sea, by Mathias B. Freese
Drinking Closer to Home, by Jessica Anya Blau (ebook, Harper Perennial)
The Fates Will Find Their Way, by Hannah Pittard (Harper Collins)
The Flight of Icarus, by Raymond Queneau (OneWorld Classics)
Hagakure: The Code of the Samurai, by Tsunetomo Yamamoto (Kodansha International)
Hotel Iris, by Yoko Ogawa (Picador)
Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet, by Jamie Ford (TLC Book Tour)
How to be an American Housewife, by Margaret Dilloway
In the Wake of the Boatman, by Jonathon Scott Fuqua (Bancroft Press)
The King's Bride, by E.T.A. Hoffmann (OneWorld Classics)
Kissing Games of the World, by Sandi Kahn Shelton (Pump Up Your Book Promotion Blog Tour)
The Last Block in Harlem, by Christopher Herz (ebook)
Last Night in Montreal, by Emily St. John Mandel (ebook, Unbridled Books)
Lighting the Dark Side, by William R. Potter (Pump Up Your Book Promotion Blog Tour)
Little Stories, by Jeff Roberts
Matrimony, by Joshua Henkin
Mother Superior, by Saleema Nawaz
The Painter of Shanghai, by Jennifer Cody Epstein
Paprika, by Yasutaka Tsutsui (Alma Books)
Purple Jesus, by Ron Cooper (Bancroft Press)
The Quiet Gentleman, by Georgette Heyer (Sourcebooks)
Read, Remember, Recommend: A Reading Journal for Book Lovers, by Rachelle Rogers Knight (Sourcebooks)
The Restaurant of Love Regained, by Ito Ogawa
The Road from La Cueva, by Sheila Ortego
The Singer's Gun, by Emily St. John Mandel (Unbridled Books/Netgalley)
Sisters of Misery, by Megan Kelley Hall
State of Wonder, by Ann Patchett
Sylvester or the Wicked Uncle, by Georgette Heyer (Sourcebooks)
Sukkwan Island, by David Vann (Harper Collins)
Taroko Gorge, by Jacob Ritari (ebook, Unbridled Books)
Tout Sweet: Hanging Up My High Heels for a New Life in France, by Karen Wheeler
The Triumph of Deborah, by Eva Etzioni-Halevy
The Winter Sea, by Susanna Kearsley (Sourcebooks)
Written in Blood, by Sheila Lowe
Yellowknife, by Steve Zipp


2 comments:

  1. I am planning to get to The Painter in Shanghai this year since I wasn't able to last year. I definitely hope to get caught up with my review book reading this year--and then be better about not letting them pile up. :-)

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  2. Wendy - It was a good read. I hope you enjoy it when you get to it. Good luck staying on top of your review books this year. :)

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