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Reviews of Books with 119 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 119 pages.

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by Kristine Morris

Patrick Gallivan’s novel Yeshu’a: An Account of a Master’s Journey East paints a vivid picture of the life and times of Jesus. The story takes readers from caravan trains through the desert—where the hospitality of strangers... Read More

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Don't Call Me Angel

by J. G. Stinson

Newcomer Alicia Wright Brewster debuts with a novella of urban fantasy centered on a fallen angel called Six. Sent to Hell for no reason she can discern (and no one’s bothered to tell her, either), Six enlists the aid of Alden, an... Read More

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Good-bye My Fancy

by Erik Bledsoe

In the introduction, Whitman scholar Robert MacIssac describes this book as “a dialogue of truth.” Less metaphorically, it is a three-part, two-person dramatization. The author is a poet and editor who founded the literary magazine,... Read More

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The End of Homework

by Douglas W. Texter

“Over and over again have I had to send my own children, in spite of their tears and remonstrances, to bed, long after the assigned tasks had ceased to have any educational value and had become the means of nervous exhaustion and... Read More

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Song for Anninho

by Jennifer Sperry

Sometimes casting itself up among the clouds, sometimes caught in terse humidity, this long poem, a love song, rises and falls in “raw time.” With grace and clear vision, Jones moves effortlessly between the spiritual and the... Read More