Book Reviews

The Internet Writing Journal, September 2002
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Children's Books

Child X by Lee Weatherly (David Fickling Books)
Goddess of Yesterday by Caroline B. Cooney (Delacorte Press)
Hansa: The True Story of an Asian Elephant Baby by Clare Hodgson Meeker, Illustrations by Linda Feltner (Sasquatch Books)
The Other Goose by Judith Kerr (HarperCollins)
Pendragon: The Merchant of Death by D.J. MacHale (Aladdin Books)
Remote Man by Elizabeth Honey (Knopf)
Star Girl by Jerry Spinelli (Knopf)
The Winged Cat: And Other Tales of Ancient Civilizations by Deborah Norse Lattimore (HarperTrophy)


Computers

Absolute PC Security & Privacy by Michael Miller (Sybex)
Photoshop Type Effects Visual Encylcopedia by Roger Pring (New Riders)
Shockwave 3D by Jason Wolf (New Riders)


Fantasy/SF

Coraline by Neil Gaiman (HarperCollins)
Domain by Steve Alten (Tor)
The Dragon Charmer by Jan Siegel (Del Ray)
Sorcerers of the Nightwing by Geoffrey Huntington (ReganBooks)
The Witch Queen by Jan Siegel (Del Ray)


General Fiction

Henry's List of Wrongs by John Scott Shepherd (RuggedLand)


Mystery/Thriller

The Beach House by James Patterson and Peter De Jonge (Little, Brown)
Dead Midnight by Marcia Muller (Mysterious Press)
Forged in Blood by Joyce Christmas (Fawcett Books)
Louisiana Bigshot by Julie Smith (Forge)
Make Them Cry by Kevin O'Brien (Pinnacle)
The Tutor by Peter Abrahams (Ballantine)


Nonfiction

A Little Book of Coincidence by John Martineau (Walker Books)
Platonic & Archimedean Solids by Daud Sutton (Walker Books)
Scheherazade Goes West by Fatema Mernissi (Washington Square Press)
Stonehenge by Robin Heath (Walker Books)


Romance

An Accidental Woman by Barbara Delinsky (Simon and Schuster)
Don't Look Back by Amanda Quick (Bantam)
George and the Virgin by Lisa Cach (Love Spell)
The Magician by Carla Cook (Love Spell)
Virtual Warrior by Ann Lawrence (Love Spell)


Writing

Do the Write Thing by Kwame Alexander with Nina Foxx (MW Books)
The Writer's Handbook 2003 edited by Elfrieda Abbe (The Writer Books)
Writing for the Information Age by Bruce Ross-Larson (W.W. Norton & Company, Inc.)


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