Search Results: "Terry Castle"


BOOK REVIEW

Released: Dec. 16, 1993

"Not groundbreaking, but Castle's blend of solid research and clear, accessible prose may win her an enthusiastic readership. (Thirty illustrations)"
Lively essays (some previously published in the Kenyon Review, etc.) on the representation of lesbians in literature and history. Read full book review >

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NOEL COWARD AND RADCLYFFE HALL by Terry Castle
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: Nov. 14, 1996

"A fine contribution to both literary and queer history. (photos, not seen)"
A well-crafted, playful, and probing look at the previously unexamined friendship of Noâl Coward and Radclyffe Hall—and at their influence on each other's work. Read full book review >

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THE PROFESSOR by Terry Castle
ESSAYS & ANTHOLOGIES
Released: Jan. 19, 2010

"A sharply written, deeply personal collection."
Critic and cultural commentator Castle (English/Stanford Univ.; Boss Ladies, Watch Out!: Essays on Women, Sex and Writing, 2002, etc.) delivers a vibrant series of essays on art, travel and the personal relationships in her life. Read full book review >

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GAME OF CLONES by M.E.  Castle
CHILDREN'S
Released: Feb. 11, 2014

"Once again, this Clone Chronicles novel strikes just the right balance between over-the-top adventure and real-life middle school drama. A character-driven, action-packed success. (Fantasy. 9-12)"
It's a clone-apalooza in Palo Alto as Fisher Bas and his much cooler clone, Two, return to life at Wampalog Middle School (Cloneward Bound, 2013). Read full book review >

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THE STAR SHACK by Lila Castle
FICTION
Released: June 1, 2010

"A starry-eyed, beachy, light romance. (Fiction. 12 & up)"
The rainy beach town of Gingerbread is Pete and Annabelle's summer home. Read full book review >

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POPULAR CLONE by M.E.  Castle
CHILDREN'S
Released: Jan. 1, 2012

"An inventive new take on the traditional bully story. (Fantasy. 9-12)"
What happens when you take one lovable-but-nerdy sixth grader and add a little mad scientist and a smattering of tween James Bond? You get Fisher Bas, a 12-year-old genius who's seen the inside of one too many toilet bowls thanks to the Vikings, Wampalog Middle School's infamous band of bullies. Read full book review >

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THE BEGINNING OF AFTER by Jennifer Castle
FICTION
Released: Sept. 6, 2011

"An honest look at grief that is both achingly real and powerfully hopeful. (Fiction. 12 & up)"
SAT prep and prom dreams consume 16-year-old Laurel's life, but all that changes the night her brother and parents are killed in a car accident. Read full book review >

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MURDER BY MISRULE by Anna Castle
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: June 8, 2014

"A laugh-out-loud mystery that will delight fans of the genre."
Lawyer, scientist and original Renaissance man Francis Bacon enlists four high-spirited law students to help solve a murder and secure his return to Queen Elizabeth's favor. Read full book review >

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Ice Dance by Kent Castle
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 9, 2013

"An enjoyable romance on ice."
Passions flare both on and off the ice in this first installment of a planned romance series by Castle, a former NASA engineer and "figure skating insider." Read full book review >

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The Unjust "Justice" by Edward Castle
NON-FICTION
Released: Dec. 21, 2011

"Despite its literary shortcomings, this volume could add to the ongoing discussion about the treatment of the mentally ill by the justice system."
A debut book examines the case of a young man imprisoned for a crime committed while in the grip of mental illness. Read full book review >

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Loogie the Booger Genie by N.E. Castle
Released: April 23, 2013

"A more serious third volume that competently tackles a difficult issue faced by kids."
Loogie, the prince-turned-genie, and his modern master, Charlie, return in an installment about facing bullies—both real and magical. Read full book review >

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TAOS CHILL by Linda Lee Castle
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: March 18, 2009

"A plethora of cutesy personality traits—Carmen's bad driving, Chill's gum chewing, etc.)—a recipe for coyote flan and a zany murder weapon don't provide a compelling case for the sequel Castle (Promise the Moon, 2002, etc.) clearly has in mind."
Romance writer Carmen Pollini, who has anger-management issues, is accused of double homicide. Read full book review >