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THE SUNDAY REVIEW: The Living by Matt de la Pena

2/5

“Shy took the summer job to make some money. In a few months on a luxury cruise liner, he’ll rake in the tips and be able to help his mom and sister out with the bills. 412 more words

The Sunday Review

Voices.

Reclaiming soft whispers retrieved from sleeps repose –
The quick, the departed, melt together as one.
Voices from the shadows bring forth wisdom to share. 119 more words

Poetry

Book Review- The Living by Matt de la Peña

Initial Response- It’s a very interesting book. It combines quite a few generic storylines into one novel and makes for an unique book. I personally liked it quite a bit. 582 more words

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Chameleonfire Book Club: Part One

Okay, kids, welcome to the Chameleonfire Book Club. It’s still the holidays so hopefully you have more time to read than usual. There are no fees to pay, nothing to subscribe to (except maybe my blog feed, which is free anyway), and no obligations. 1,778 more words

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Remember Me

The dead don’t speak, but they are not voiceless. Through rock, steel, and blood they have already spoken. Their grand task has already been completed. For better of for worse, they have had their say. 78 more words

Nonfiction

Sundance Selects Nabs 'General Tso'; Warner Bros Shifts 'Pan' Release, Titles Horror Pic, More

Sundance Selects has acquired North American rights to Ian Cheney’s Chinese food documentary The Search For General Tso. The film takes us on a trip through restaurants and Chinatowns in the U.S. 399 more words

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