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Reviews of Books with 124 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 124 pages.

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The Flight Boys

by Aimee Jodoin

In the wild science fiction adventure "The Flight Boys", four teenagers take off on a blundering trip to Pluto. Angela Brooks’s funny young adult novel "The Flight Boys" puts an entertaining spin on an interstellar space adventures,... Read More

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Fractures in a Glass Mind

by Joseph S. Pete

Its narrator’s pain at times palpable, "Fractures in a Glass Mind" is a powerful and soul-baring collection. Nicholas C. A. Sparkman’s poetry collection "Fractures in a Glass Mind" holds a jagged shard of a broken mirror to its... Read More

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by Matt Sutherland

Inspiration. Elusive stuff. Find it where you can—ideally, not from a bottle. Robert Eastwood found it Dante’s Purgatorio, and went so far as to use the Italian master’s three-line stanzas. Consider us impressed. Twice a Pushcart... Read More

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Bismark and Us

by Melissa Wuske

This is the sweet and simple story of one dog’s family life. Bismark and Us: A True Story by Min Pin Tootsie is the sweet story, told by a canine narrator, of four dogs and their human family. Min Pin Tootsie, a dog belonging to Ken... Read More

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The Western Lonesome Society

by Jill Allen

Delusions, ancestral obsessions, and a winsome collection of characters fuel this funny yet poignant meditation on the human condition. Short-story virtuoso Robert Garner McBrearty succeeds in transitioning to novel-writing with The... Read More

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