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Reviews of Books with 107 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 107 pages.

Book Review

The Picture Show

by Rebecca Foster

Sumich’s collection draws surprising connections between images and verse. David Sumich’s "The Picture Show" is a unique blend of verse and graphic art. Holding to a strict structure and narrow rhyme schemes, poems explore the... Read More

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The Treasures That Prevail

by Matt Sutherland

That ominous sloshing sound Jen Karetnick hears in her sleep is the warmer, ever-fatter Atlantic spilling over the brim of her Miami hometown. Denial be damned, this collection confronts climate change and poetically spotlights the... Read More

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Eben Kruge

by Cheryl Hibbard

West Point graduate and active alumnus Richard Barlow Adams is the author of a prior novel, The Parting, about the West Point class of 1861. Set in the same geographical area of New York State, his latest novel, "Eben Kruge", offers a... Read More

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Thank God for Antidepressants!

by Sheila M. Trask

Many people think that depression is all about feeling sad. Jane Newman knows from personal experience that depression is more about feeling overwhelmed, exhausted, and depleted. When the day came that this devoted Christian wife and... Read More

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The Dynamics of Human Resources

The Human Resources function is, in many ways, the one most tied to the success of an organization, because it deals with that organization’s most valuable resource: its people. Yet HR departments are sometimes misunderstood,... Read More

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The Island

“The rain crashed against the deck’s wooden planks with fury, and the wind howled with no remorse,” Angie Brijpaul writes. The scuba boat suddenly lurches, the captain’s limp body lies across the steering wheel, and the boat... Read More

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The Happy Minimalist

It doesn’t take much to make Peter Lawrence happy: a lawn chair, a clean sleeping bag liner, a good library within walking distance, his laptop with USB TV tuner that can store everything from financial records to personal photos, and... Read More

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