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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

Sweet, Young, & Worried

by Matt Sutherland

Spoken word poetry asks for something quite rare among contemporary poets: a willingness to crawl out of the writing cave to stand on stage and perform. Fearless Blythe Baird creates her written work teeming with sound and rhythm,... Read More

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The Quitter's Manifesto

by Sarah White

For those who harbor fantasies of escaping their current jobs for more meaningful work, Tim Rhode and Pat Hiban’s The Quitter’s Manifesto provides an encouraging outline, naming steps that can be taken toward more fruitful endeavors.... Read More

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All Alone

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

In the sympathetic novel "All Alone", a tenth grader persists through multiple tough challenges. In Russ Thompson’s direct, accessible novel "All Alone", a vulnerable teenager contends with loneliness, as well as persistent school and... Read More

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3 Magic Dreams

by Aimee Jodoin

"3 Magic Dreams" is an offbeat trio of stories paired with inventive illustrations. Matt Bolton Art’s "3 Magic Dreams" is comprised of three short stories in rhyming verse with surrealist illustrations. In “Gilby,” a boy lives on... Read More

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Bloody Hel

by Peter Dabbene

Norse gods and ancient Vikings square off inside a World War I battle zone in the action-packed graphic novel "Bloody Hel". In 1917, in Belgium, a battlefield explosion awakens five Viking warriors who fell afoul of the Norse goddess Hel... Read More

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Ex Libris

by Peter Dabbene

Matt Madden uses multiple methods of visual storytelling in the surreal, inventive graphic novel "Ex Libris". A troubled person enters a room that holds a bookshelf stocked with comics and graphic novels. Wondering about the provenance... Read More

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