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Reviews of Books with 124 Pages

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

Book Review

The Rainstorm

by Michele Sharpe

The mysterious free verses collected in "The Rainstorm" explore the power of language and the paradoxes of the self. Rachel Downing’s poetry collection "The Rainstorm" delves into a world of opposing forces centered in the self. The... Read More

Book Review

God's Whisper

by Edith Wairimu

God’s Whisper is a thoughtful Christian text that meditates on biblical principles to build faith and spiritual maturity. Sharon Williams’s encouraging faith-based guide God’s Whisper examines the benefits of biblical teachings to... Read More

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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

Book Review

Romer

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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