Inkweaver Review Has Moved

I am pleased to announce to all my regular readers that Inkweaver Review has moved to a new web address. If you want more of the same great book reviews please visit us at Books For Sale. The new site has a slick, open theme that focuses on the things that really matter: book reviews and book cover art.

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Inkweaver Review 2009-09-18T17:20:00-05:00

Book Carnival

The latest edition of the Book Review Blog Carnival has been posted at Pizza's Book Discussion

I contributed "Inventing Elliot" by Graham Gardner. Please stop by to view the carnival and read all the latest book reviews from across the blogging world.
Inkweaver Review 2009-09-13T08:45:00-05:00

“Zorgamazoo,” by Robert Paul Weston

Book Cover Art for Zorgamazoo by Robert Paul Weston“Zorgamazoo,” by Robert Paul Weston is a fantasy novel written in smooth, flawless verse.

The book begins with a delightful invitation:

Here is a story that’s stranger than strange.
Before we begin you may want to arrange:
A blanket, a cushion, a comfortable seat,
And maybe some cocoa and something to eat.

The main character in this poetical adventure is Katrina Katrell, a young girl with a strong sense of perception and the ability to see things that other people ignore.

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Review of "Zorgamazoo" by Robert Paul Weston
Inkweaver Review 2009-09-06T09:46:00-05:00

“Emma-Jean Lazarus Fell Out of a Tree,” by Lauren Tarshis

Book Cover Art for Emma-Jean Lazarus Fell Out of a Tree by Lauren Tarshis“Emma-Jean Lazarus Fell Out of a Tree,” by Lauren Tarshis is a touching story about an intelligent young girl who decides to start helping her schoolmates by solving their social problems.

Emma-Jean is an unusual girl known for being highly logical. This sets her apart from her fellow schoolmates because she usually doesn’t understand their jokes and queer social customs. Emma-Jean spends her time alone, studying trees, the Hindi language, and other important undertakings.

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Review of "Emma-Jean Lazarus Fell Out of a Tree," by Lauren Tarshis
Inkweaver Review 2009-09-04T15:55:00-05:00