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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

Alone in the House of My Heart

by Matt Sutherland

We reckon that nine generations in Appalachia is long enough for a place to get in the bones of a family, and that kinheritance has marked Kari Gunter-Seymour with an intuitive feel for one of America’s most isolated and peculiar... Read More

Book Review

Shopping, or The End of Time

by Matt Sutherland

A child of Houston, Cairo, and Caracas, a mother of three in Bolivia, Emily Bludworth de Barrios comes at her work from all directions at once, with a frenzied takedown of parental angst, violence against women, existential hopelessness,... Read More

Book Review

Ask the Brindled

by Matt Sutherland

Truth spoken by poets matters more simply because the poet settles for nothing but the truth, so help her Veritas, daughter of Saturn. Such vigilance is arduous, and as a queer, Indigenous Hawaiian, No’u Revilla is as singular a voice... Read More

Book Review

La Movida

by Matt Sutherland

Inspiration: handy stuff, if you can find it. Tatiana Luboviski-Acosta secured theirs in the revolutionary struggles of Chicana feminists and Spain’s Post-Franco queer punk movement, so this collection doesn’t play nice with fascists... Read More

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

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