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Reviews of Books with 123 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 123 pages.

Book Review

Ivy Day

by Mya Alexice

Pam Jones’s "Ivy Day" is an eerie, vivid examination of minds warped by obsession and stardom. Jones conjures a deep journey into the heads of five characters, focusing on the particularly unpleasant journey of one JOHN MARK Waterman.... Read More

Book Review

Zorro Rides Again

by Meg Nola

Spellbinding and rich, this return to McCulley’s original text reveals Zorro at his most captivating. Dashing swordsman Don Diego Vega, better known as Zorro, comes to life in Naxos’ audiobook "Zorro Rides Again", read from the... Read More

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Pack Leader Down

by Andi Diehn

Any dog lover can tell you: every dog is different. They all have their own personalities, their own strengths and weaknesses, their own loyalties. Bart Casey, the protagonist in "Pack Leader Down", would be one to know. He’s owned... Read More

Book Review

Visions of Wilderness

by Julia Ann Charpentier

The wilderness of Alaska has been an ongoing source of inspiration to the artistic community. This magical state’s austere beauty and rugged terrain attract both courageous adventurers and nature enthusiasts seeking solace. Unspoiled... Read More

Book Review

Unexpected Life

by Dawn Goldsmith

Pack up the sunscreen and a copy of Unexpected Life, the first book in a trilogy by Paula Evans Archer. This novel of middle-age single parenting, teenage children, and a life-changing beach vacation is a delightful summer read. The... Read More

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