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Reviews of Books with 100 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 100 pages.

Book Review

Song of My Softening

by Matt Sutherland

We are born of parents and the times, and we live lives of freedom and preordained constraint (arguably). Thou shall not make excuses. Born the daughter of African and Caribbean immigrants in Britain, queer poet Omotara James earned her... Read More

Book Review

Hope

by Matt Benzing

The philosophical text "Hope" is thought provoking as it aims to bridge the gap between faith and science. David Sayre’s "Hope" is a brief but insightful volume about the relationship between spirituality, science, and personal... Read More

Book Review

Artemisia

by Peter Dabbene

The life of seventeenth-century Italian Baroque painter Artemisia Gentileschi is recounted in the graphic novel "Artemisia". Raised by her father, an accomplished artist himself, Artemisia took to painting from a young age. At eighteen,... Read More

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Post-Mortem

by Matt Sutherland

While the rest of us mumble, look away, and generally avoid matters of consequence, poets seek no such cover. Indeed, Heather Altfeld and others of her inquisitive ilk lead the interrogation of a mad world. Winner of the Pablo Neruda... Read More

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About Us

by Ho Lin

The bittersweet and reflective novel "About Us" finds a young boy considering intriguing ideas in the late 1960s. Robert Chevrier’s novel "About Us" is cheeky, flamboyant, and stuffed with musings on the nature of art and the universe.... Read More

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Altar for Broken Things

by Matt Sutherland

Acorns, crows, lightning, and sand dollars; crickets and physics and neon-red dyed turkey feather headdresses. Such things deserve attention, but in their plain familiarity, frighten the likes of lesser poets. Deborah A. Miranda sees the... Read More

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