Search Results: "Stu Kane"


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Kaylee and Sam by Stu Kane
Released: Jan. 25, 2013

"An inspiring, if uneven, story of teen romance and ambition."
A debut novel chronicling the relationship between pretty, popular overachiever Kaylee and her socially awkward, musically talented neighbor, Sam. Read full book review >

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MY SCHOOL’S A ZOO! by Stu Smith
CHILDREN'S
Released: July 1, 2004

"Uh-oh. (Picture book. 7-9)"
A lad's world is transformed the morning after a zoo visit: his parents "snort and drool" at the breakfast table, the substitute teacher is literally a bear, the computers in the lab are swarming with giant "bugs" of the creepy-crawly kind, and so on. Read full book review >

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THROUGH THE FURY TO THE DAWN by Stu Jones
Released: Oct. 1, 2011

"A strongly told, well-paced, inspirational story for Christians and nonbelievers alike."
A band of Christian warriors struggles to defeat an evil warlord in a post-apocalyptic America. Read full book review >

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Released: June 23, 2008

"Makes reading about multiplayer first-person shooter video gaming just as boring as reading in-depth accounts of any other sport."
New York Post entertainment features writer Kane tracks the world of competitive video gaming as it moves out of Internet cafés and into the high-stakes world of televised grudge matches. Read full book review >

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THE LINE BETWEEN HERE AND GONE by Andrea Kane
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 19, 2012

"A light thriller with romantic elements."
Amanda Gleason's infant son, Justin, is fighting for his life, and only his father can save him. But his father, Paul Everett, is dead. Or is he? Read full book review >

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NON-FICTION
Released: Sept. 1, 2003

"Heartfelt, yet so threadbare of fresh material that it hardly merits even article-length treatment. (Photographs, 60-minute CD of interviews)"
Radio newsman Kane may have been the only journalist to travel with the Beatles on all the stops of their 1964-65 tour, but this recounting offers little more than a chronology of screams and adulation. Read full book review >

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THE UNSCRATCHABLES by Cornelius Kane
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: July 1, 2009

"Not the tightest mystery you've ever read, but unquestionably a tour de force."
Pseudonymous Kane's debut shows what happens when the guardians of the mean streets are a bull terrier and a Siamese cat. Read full book review >

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GOLDILOCKS AND THE THREE MARTIANS by Stu Smith
CHILDREN'S
Released: June 1, 2004

"Additional even for fractured fairy-tale collections. (Picture book. 4-8)"
A rhyming twist of an old favorite designed to satisfy space lovers, too. Read full book review >

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THE SECONDARY by Farrell Kane
Released: July 13, 2011

"A multilayered albeit structurally raw look inside a grief-stricken family."
In Kane's debut novel, after wealthy suburban parents lose their teenage son to a freak accident, they bring in a lookalike "secondary" to replace him. Read full book review >

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DEAD DANCING WOMEN by Elizabeth Kane Buzzelli
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Sept. 1, 2008

"Every woman who's ever struggled with saying no, fitting in and balancing independence against loneliness will adore first-timer Emily—not to mention the eccentrics congregating at EATS restaurant and the cutest puppy in the genre."
A would-be mystery writer, searching for ideas, finds a whopper in her trash bin. Read full book review >

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LITHIUM JESUS by Charles Monroe-Kane
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: Sept. 13, 2016

"A casually told but often compelling account of wrestling with inner turmoil against gritty, dramatic international settings."
A young man grapples with bipolar "voices" via religion, hedonism, activism, and Lithium. Read full book review >

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NON-FICTION
Released: June 11, 2013

"The authors' tone is less alarmist than, say, David Stockman's, but there's not much room for good news here, either. 'We might be wrong,' they write. 'History has yet to be written, after all.' But if they're right, then there's plenty of cause for worry."
The enemy is at the wall—but no worry, since the city inside is pretty well destroyed already. Read full book review >