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Stephen Snyder
Stephen Snyder, co-author of The New Solar Home and New Green Home Solutions, is marketing director for the renowned custom home builder, Bensonwood. He holds a degree in Radio, Television and Motion Picture communications from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and has broad... show more

Stephen Snyder, co-author of The New Solar Home and New Green Home Solutions, is marketing director for the renowned custom home builder, Bensonwood. He holds a degree in Radio, Television and Motion Picture communications from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and has broad experience in communications, public affairs, and media relations. He also works as a freelance writer and has published The Brewmaster's Bible (HarperCollins), The Beer Companion (Simon & Schuster) and The Brewmaster's Recipe Manual.
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capriceum
capriceum rated it 2 years ago
On an isolated island, oppressed citizens are slowly stripped of their material reality. This was a very tightly crafted story. It didn't drag for a moment and every line moved the story forward. The oppressive atmosphere permeated every page, and made for some striking dismal imagery. It's neve...
My Journey to Become Pretentiously Literate
Me, pages 1-385: this book is amazing! What an awesome, well written, thought provoking, female centric thriller!Me, pages 386-400:
Lillelara
Lillelara rated it 4 years ago
Yuko resigns from her job as a teacher after har daughter has supposedly died from an accident. During her last lecture, she confronts her pupils with the truth. It wasn´t an accident and two of the pupils in her class are responsible for the death of her little girl. This is only the beginning of...
Michael Patrick Hicks
Michael Patrick Hicks rated it 5 years ago
My original OUT audiobook review and many others can be found at Audiobook Reviewer. Out, an Edgar Award nominated crime novel out of Japan, is a deep, twisty, and complex thriller that is neither for the faint of heart, nor the uninitiated. Natsuo Kirino does a masterful job penning this tale o...
Familiar Diversions
Familiar Diversions rated it 5 years ago
Warning: This book includes on-page instances of rape, torture, murder, and corpse dismemberment. On the plus side, there is a cat, and it is neither hurt (at least not that I remember) nor killed. I spent the whole book worrying that something was going to happen to that cat.Anyway, Out tells the s...
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