Search Results: "Luli Gray"


BOOK REVIEW

TIMESPINNERS by Luli Gray
CHILDREN'S
Released: April 21, 2003

New York's labyrinthine American Museum of Natural History becomes the site of more marvels, as the author of Falcon's Egg (1995) sends fraternal twins Alice and Fig spinning into a diorama that is also a gateway in time and space. Read full book review >

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FALCON AND THE CAROUSEL OF TIME by Luli Gray
CHILDREN'S
Released: April 4, 2005

"Thought provoking even if not entirely cohesive. (Fiction. 10-14)"
The third title in Falcon's story lacks the luminous perfection of Falcon's Egg but manages to touch on a number of interesting ideas before ending in a knot of sadness and hope. Read full book review >

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FALCON AND THE CHARLES STREET WITCH by Luli Gray
CHILDREN'S
Released: March 1, 2001

"Sources for the quotations, along with a cookie recipe, are included in the endmatter. (Fiction. 9-13)"
In a sequel to the beguiling Falcon's Egg (1995), Gray continues her sweetly old-fashioned fantasy about a girl and her dragon. Read full book review >

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FALCON'S EGG by Luli Gray
CHILDREN'S
Released: Aug. 1, 1995

"Engaging, intelligent, and well-wrought: the best dragon story since Donn Kushner's A Book Dragon (1988). (Fiction. 9-12)"
A wonderfully beguiling story of a Manhattan sixth grader who finds something unusual in Central Park. Read full book review >

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ANT AND GRASSHOPPER by Luli Gray
ANIMALS
Released: March 8, 2011

"Would that all morals were so joyful. (Picture book. 4-7)"
A retelling of the evergreen Aesop fable jauntily adds detail both in the telling and the illustrations. Read full book review >

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AMELIA GRAY
by Rachel Sugar

If you know anything about Isadora Duncan, it is likely you know this: she was a modern dancer—not just any modern dancer, but the mother of modern dance—and she died, spectacularly, when her silk scarf (hand painted) caught in the wheel of an open automobile.

“When I tell people about Isadora,” says Amelia Gray, whose latest novel — titled ...


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WE ARE MORE THAN MACHINES
by Mandy Curtis

BOOK REPORT for Defy the Stars (Defy the Stars #1) by Claudia Gray

Cover Story: Trippy ‘Splosion
BFF Charm: Heck Yes
Swoonworthy Scale: 7
Talky Talk: Boy (Robot) Meets Girl
Bonus Factors: Space Colonies, Unlikely Team
Relationship Status: Stowaway

Cover Story: Trippy ‘Splosion

I feel like this book should have come with special 3D-like glasses that make the title ...


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SUMMER, SUPERHEROES AND SUPERSTARS
by Bobbi Dumas

Everyone seen Wonder Woman yet? Yes? Good!

(No? Don’t tell me, just go see it.)

There have been so many great reviews written about this movie that I don’t need to pile anything on. (There’ve also been some awful reviews written about the movie, rebutted by some movie reviewers in articles worth reading, for anyone interested in such things. I ...


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BOOK REVIEW

STEADFAST by Claudia Gray
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: March 4, 2014

"The eternal conflict between ends and means keeps the tension taut and the plot humming. Stay tuned. (Paranormal romance. 13 & up)"
All's not well in Captive's Sound; the ancient evil Nadia and friends believed they'd vanquished has not only survived, their efforts have made it stronger than ever (Spellcaster, 2013). Read full book review >

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A THOUSAND PIECES OF YOU by Claudia Gray
YOUNG ADULT
Released: Nov. 4, 2014

"This trilogy opener offers solid entertainment for readers willing to go with the fictional flow. (Science fiction. 12-18)"
A girl and her two possible heartthrobs travel across parallel universes to avenge her father's murder. Read full book review >

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STAY WITH ME by Mila Gray
Released: Nov. 29, 2016

"Pure wish fulfillment for readers seeking steamy escapism. (Fiction. 16 & up)"
Forbidden love cures all in Gray's latest, following Come Back to Me (2015). Read full book review >

BOOK REVIEW

10 MEN by Alexandra Gray
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 1, 2005

"Brittle wit turns to sentimental taffy by the end."
An unnamed woman delineates her life in terms of her involvement with ten archetypal men. Read full book review >