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Reviews of Books with 108 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 108 pages.

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by Eileen Gonzalez

"Heartbeat" is a breezy medical memoir full of honesty, hope, and, most of all, heart. Michael Dymant’s memoir "Heartbeat" is a lighthearted inside look at the brutal realities of major heart surgery and recovery. In March 2015, Dymant... Read More

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Super Sikh

by Peter Dabbene

A Sikh secret agent fights terrorism and preconceptions in the entertaining graphic novel adventure Super Sikh: Volume One. Deep Singh poses as a “second shift supervisor” at a large company, but he actually serves as an operative... Read More

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No Time for Toys

by Susan Waggoner

Brief but cinematic, "No Time for Toys" is a polished, century-spanning historical tale. Based on a true story, Gail Annette Tregear’s brief and gripping historical novella "No Time for Toys" follows an English child who is exiled to... Read More

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Just Dance

by Aimee Jodoin

"Just Dance" is a loving tribute to a “saintly soul” whose generosity and kindness are evident in its pages. Daksha M. Patel’s tearjerker of a memoir, "Just Dance", chronicles her great-nephew Rakesh’s three-year battle with... Read More

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A Night Sea Journey

by Peter Dabbene

"A Night Sea Journey" is a thoughtful, transformative poetry collection. Inspired by his own experiences with physical and mental breakdown, Adrian G. R. Scott presents his unique and transcendent poem collection, "A Night Sea Journey".... Read More

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