Books by Julie Ellis

PYTHAGORAS AND THE RATIOS by Julie Ellis
CHILDREN'S
Released: Feb. 1, 2010

"Helpful addenda provide interesting information on Pythagoras and the application of his ratios to music. (Picture book. 7-10)"
In ancient Greece, a young musician makes exciting discoveries. Read full book review >
FAR TO GO by Julie Ellis
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: March 1, 1995

"Disappointingly flat."
From the big bestselling author of Lasting Treasures (1993), among many others, a Jewish family saga with a pace like Chinese water torture. Read full book review >
LASTING TREASURES by Julie Ellis
Released: June 23, 1993

"Flatly written, unsubtle saga-by-rote."
Cigarettes and Jews in the American South are the stuff of this romantic family saga—from the veteran author of Trespassing Hearts (1992), etc. The story here—hardly sui generis—features an intrepid heroine, Viktoria Gunsburg, who's treated badly by the fates: at 15, she's forced to leave her loving mama and papa in Petrograd to avoid the savageries of the Revolution. Read full book review >
TRESPASSING HEARTS by Julie Ellis
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: May 1, 1992

"No surprises from the author of Loyalties, No Greater Love, etc. A superficial, ho-hum treatment of a familiar scenario."
Predictable, formulaic wartime romance between a poor Jewish nobody girl who falls in love with a wealthy New York Wasp. Read full book review >
NO GREATER LOVE by Julie Ellis
Released: Jan. 17, 1990

Ellis (Loyalties, 1989, etc.) does Jewish Dallas in this lackluster commercial novel about a pair of New Yorkers who take a ride on the Big D during boom-times. Read full book review >