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Reviews of Books with 104 Pages

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

Book Review

Everyday Superheroes

by Karen Rigby

Science is an accessible career path for all, as displayed by the pioneering women in the biographical compilation "Everyday Superheroes". Erin Twamley, Katie Mehnert, and Joshua Sneideman’s "Everyday Superheroes" continues an... Read More

Book Review

Creative Mending

by Rachel Jagareski

Clothing repair is elevated from a humdrum chore to a fashionable, eco-friendly, and artistic outlet in "Creative Mending". Replete with over 300 illustrations and color photographs, Hikaru Noguchi’s book outlines tools, techniques,... Read More

Book Review

The Girl Singer

by Matt Sutherland

Poetry is always looking for voices from the wilderness, and with her country music cool, Southeastern Kentucky’s Marianne Worthington is a fitting, masterful voice for Appalachia. Her work has appeared in Oxford American, CALYX,... Read More

Book Review

I Am Ariel Sharon

by Eileen Gonzalez

Yara El-Ghadban looks at the life of Ariel Sharon from a unique perspective in her novel "I Am Ariel Sharon". In January 2006, Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon—nicknamed “Arik”—falls into a coma from which he will never... Read More

Book Review

Philomath

by Matt Sutherland

Devon Walker-Figueroa is a graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop and a recipient of the New England Review’s Emerging Writer Award. Her work has been been published in Ploughshares, The Harvard Advocate, The Nation, New England... Read More

Book Review

Spit

by Matt Sutherland

Daniel Lassell was raised in Kentucky with llamas and alpacas, and his poetry has been published in Prairie Schooner, Colorado Review, Southern Humanities Review, and several other publications. He is currently a resident of Colorado... Read More

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