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Reviews of Books with 120 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 120 pages.

Book Review

Belzebubs

by Peter Dabbene

JP Ahonen’s "Belzebubs" collects the eponymous webcomics. Ahonen is a Finnish cartoonist and former musician who previously drew and co-wrote the graphic novel Sing No Evil, which combined music and the supernatural. With "Belzebubs",... Read More

Book Review

Karma Police

by Peter Dabbene

Buddhism is the backdrop for metaphysical excitement in "Karma Police", a graphic novel that casts monks as thoughtful enforcers. Their goal? To ease suffering without violence, if possible—but if needed, to destroy evil spirits that... Read More

Book Review

Lord

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

João Gilberto Noll’s "Lord" opens with a cryptic quote from Iain Sinclair: “The secret interiors of these post-human fortresses solicit conspiracy, acts of sexual transgression. Illicit exchanges between dealers.” Aging and... Read More

Book Review

The Carrying

by Matt Sutherland

The vein of greatness that pulses through the work of Ada Limón is remarkably subtle, in the same way that beauty in a human isn’t a rote assemblage of chiseled noses, high cheekbones, and full lips. Her extraordinary poems act the... Read More

Book Review

Searching for Marilyn Monroe

by Meagan Logsdon

Writing is often poetic in this short story collection that weaves between allegories and clear stories. In "Searching for Marilyn Monroe", Pae Veo prods at the accepted conventions and perceptions of modern society through a series of... Read More

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