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  • PW Select October 2012: The Reviews
    Instead, he leaves us with a society populated by misfits who engage our sympathies not at all.
  • Nonfiction
    Ever cheery, never self-pitying, her memoir is by turns insipid and sweet.
  • PW Star Watch 2016 Honorees
    Noting that production isn’t for everyone, because you can’t be afraid of numbers and you can’t let dates slip, Black says, “I’m the first person to see a sample book when it arrives at the office—how cool is that?”
  • Reviews Annex: Nonfiction
    S. should use its control of Iraqi oil to break OPEC, and employ Iraq as a base ("only a short reach from the throat of Syria and Iran") for the war on terrorism.
  • Reviews Annex: Nonfiction
    19 WEEKS: America, Britain, and the Fateful Summer of 1940Norman Moss.
  • Fiction Reviews: Week of 11/19/2007
    The language and imagery of the novel are shockingly direct in detailing the pitiful lives of drug abusers, perverts and a forgotten population that just isn't “much welcome nowhere in the world.”
  • Nonfiction Reviews: 6/15/2009
    That's a miracle that should always be routine.
  • Nonfiction
    I'm Proud of You: My Friendship with Fred RogersTim Madigan.
  • Nonfiction
    Born in 1961 and nine when her father died, Burns felt she got no sympathy from her mother, who worried that her daughter would use people's pity to become manipulative.
  • Nonfiction Reviews
    Journalist Wilson, founder of the International Newspaper Network, tells the stories of these families with a clarity that never lapses into sentiment or pity.
  • Meet the Self-Published Stars of 2016
    She’s reviled by her neighbors and has every reason to hate Jack, an Elsiran spy fleeing pursuit from vicious Lagrimaran soldiers; instead, she takes pity on him.
  • Nonfiction
    "If your idea is great, people will find you," he advises.
  • Comics Reviews June 2012
    Our hero is cast as a Buck Rogers–like space traveler, bouncing from planet to planet (instead of island to island) in Deco-inspired rocket ships.
  • Nonfiction Reviews
    HarperCollins, $25.99 (368p) ISBN 978-0-06-124043-0 Perry (Population: 485) is that nowadays rare memoirist whose eccentric upbringing inspires him to humor and sympathetic insight instead of trauma mongering and self-pity.
  • Fiction Reviews: Week of 5/21/2007
    Can't you understand that?

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