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Reviews of Books with 128 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 128 pages.

Book Review

Kusama

by Peter Dabbene

Elisa Macellari’s graphic biography "Kusama" concentrates on the life and work of artist Yayoi Kusama. The book follows a natural arc, moving from Kusama’s childhood in Japan, and her first interest in art, to her years of growing... Read More

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That Time of Year

by Eileen Gonzalez

A family holiday takes a turn for the strange and tragic in Marie NDiaye’s novel "That Time of Year". On the last day of their summer vacation, Herman’s wife and son go missing. His only chance of finding them, according to his sole... Read More

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My Name Is Immigrant

by Matt Sutherland

Call me Immigrant. In your country, I do the essential work to keep your living standards high, even as you jeer at me and pay me nowhere near the same dollars you do to your exalted citizens, for the same work. Of late, I am coming into... Read More

Book Review

The Cloven

by Peter Dabbene

A lab-grown, human-goat hybrid is subjected to careful study and subtle manipulation as part of a larger goal in The Cloven: Book One. James “Tuck” Tucker, a young man with cloven hooves instead of feet, wakes in a lab with no idea... Read More

Book Review

Of Color

by Rebecca Hussey

Drawing on personal experiences and cultural analysis, Jaswinder Bolina’s essay collection "Of Color" is an important examination of race in the US. The son of Sikh Punjabi immigrants by way of London, Bolina writes about navigating a... Read More

Book Review

God Will Provide

by Edith Wairimu

Insightful and heartfelt, Len Mac Lellan’s poetry collection reflects upon even difficult moments with inspiring gratitude. Len Mac Lellan’s endearing narrative poetry collection, "God Will Provide", is centered on history, faith,... Read More

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