Search Results: "Graham E. Fuller"


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A WORLD WITHOUT ISLAM by Graham E. Fuller
NON-FICTION
Released: Aug. 11, 2010

"A cogent argument demonstrating that a knowledgeable awareness of the rich dynamics that drive societies will better help diffuse tensions."
Without the establishment of Islam, writes former CIA official Fuller (New Turkish Republic: Turkey As a Pivotal State in the Muslim World, 2007, etc.), the religion of the East would predominately still be Eastern Orthodox Christianity, and probably as hostile to the West as it was before the fall of Constantinople. Read full book review >

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MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Feb. 22, 2015

"A complex, heartfelt political thriller."
Fuller (Turkey and the Arab Spring, 2014, etc.) examines the precarious morality of interventionist American foreign policy in this political thriller. Read full book review >

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THREE TRUTHS AND A LIE by Graham E. Fuller
Released: Sept. 20, 2012

"An honest, straightforward memoir of adoption, addiction and loss."
In his affecting memoir, Fuller (A World Without Islam, 2010) recounts the struggles his family endured as they watched his adopted son, Luke, succumb to drug addiction. Read full book review >

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NON-FICTION
Released: Jan. 17, 1992

"An informed and informative exegesis that spells out many of the reasons why a weary world may have to wait yet a while for a genuinely millennial age."
Several years ago, Fuller and Francis Fukuyama (see above) were colleagues at RAND Corp. Read full book review >

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E by Matt Beaumont
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Oct. 1, 2000

"Your career may depend on it."
Subject: Fab debut of former London adman, making a bugger-all brilliant update on the epistolary novel by having it largely in e-mail thrashing about on the office network and focusing on London's Miller Shanks ad agency striving to land the Coke account. Read full book review >

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BIOGRAPHY
Released: Dec. 1, 1991

"Chronology; notes; index. (Biography. 12+)"
Fuller was a unique woman in the 19th century: a friend of Emerson and his circle, one of the first woman journalists in the US and its first ``female'' foreign correspondent; her tract, Woman in the Nineteenth Century, had a seminal influence on the early feminist movement. Read full book review >

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BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: May 23, 1997

"It's a tale of impossible dreams mostly fulfilled. (color and b&w illustrations, not seen)"
A biography of the unique performer once described as ``the beautiful girl who, in her floating draperies, swirls endlessly around in an ecstasy.'' With Isadora Duncan and Ruth St. Read full book review >

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FULLER MAN by Diane Glancy
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Oct. 1, 1999

"Well-intentioned, but more interesting for its ideas than for its characters."
The prolific Glancy (Flutie, 1998, etc.) continues her exploration of the sources and nature of religious faith. Read full book review >

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MISS FULLER by April Bernard
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: April 3, 2012

"Bernard skillfully contrasts the public and private sides of Fuller, crafting a book with rich imagery, emotional depth and a poetic rhythm."
A letter from one woman to another washes ashore. This letter details the adventurous, fantastic, revolutionary life of Margaret Fuller. But will her words unite or divide? Will anyone read her letter at all? Read full book review >

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MARGARET FULLER by Megan Marshall
Released: March 12, 2013

"Lively, intuitive study of a remarkable American character."
A deeply sympathetic life of an exceptional mind, protofeminist and revolutionary. Read full book review >

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STE-E-E-E-EAMBOAT A-COMIN’! by Jill Esbaum
CHILDREN'S
Released: April 8, 2005

"The Story of Captain Blanche Leathers (2000), illus by Holly Meade, though its content is closer to William Anderson's comparatively restrained River Boy (2003), illus by Dan Andreasen. (afterword, map) (Picture book. 7-9)"
Inspired by a passage from Mark Twain's Life on the Mississippi, Esbaum captures the bustle and commotion attending a steam packet's arrival in a small river town: "Rubberneckers, / pounding boots, / whiskered geezers, big galoots. / Wheels a-clatter, / choking cloud, / yapping dog, excited crowd." Read full book review >