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Reviews of Books with 104 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 104 pages.

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Penguin Days

by Rebecca Monterusso

A lighthearted story, "Penguin Days" follows Lauren, who is on the autism spectrum. She sometimes misreads social cues, like not understanding why others laugh; she is not always included in groups. Still, Lauren is a rambunctious... Read More

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Take a Hike!

by Laura Leavitt

"Take a Hike!" contains engaging and educational poems that deliver appealing lessons about language. Brett Fleishman’s "Take a Hike!" is an age-appropriate compilation of humorous poems that build off of puns and idioms to entertain... Read More

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by Matt Sutherland

How to prepare for this collection? Pick your teeth with an axe after chewing on some freshly split ash. Carly Joy Miller is relentless. She doesn’t want you to breathe normally. Her lines resemble piano wire around the neck of a scary... Read More

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by Matt Sutherland

Long stretches of hunger, sleep deprivation, filth, fear-filled nights under bridges, and the accompanying existential questions will leave a mark on a man, and his poetry. Kai Carlson-Wee lays it out there in this shy, wistful,... Read More

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by Margaret Fedder

"Dis-eased" is a work rich in yearning as it works toward its singular creative expressions. "Dis-eased" by John Ralph Tuccitto is an intriguing volume that combines a personal memoir with a treatise on the use of technology in today’s... Read More

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Dig the Zone of Freedom

by Amanda Adams

"Dig the Zone of Freedom" is a one-of-a-kind Christian musical. Immense in its scope and vision, "Dig the Zone of Freedom" by Richard Byrne is a unique work with music woven in. Based around the adventures of the staff and residents at a... Read More

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by Peter Dabbene

Difficult at times, but immensely rewarding, "Dysphoria" is alternative medicine for the mind and the soul. Shane Neilson uses his background as a physician and his interest in old medical writings to inspire his darkly probing poetry... Read More

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