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Reviews of Books with 130 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 130 pages.

Book Review

Stars in Our Eyes

by Karen Rigby

"Stars in Our Eyes" is an eloquent memoir about family lives that were separated by violence. Lee Darby’s memoir "Stars in Our Eyes" is kaleidoscopic as it traces her midcentury childhood and her experiences of grief. Inspired by... Read More

Book Review

Girl in the Walls

by Claire Foster

In Katy Michelle Quinn’s visceral, fervent novel "Girl in the Walls", the only queer kid in a traditional town finds a balm in an otherworldly ally. When Vernon’s family relocates from Seattle to a small town, their developing... Read More

Book Review

The Immortals

by Eileen Gonzalez

In Makenzy Orcel’s "The Immortals", a grieving woman vents her feelings on death and loss. A Haitian sex worker cajoles her client, a writer, into recording the life of her protégé, who was killed in the 2010 earthquake. Despite the... Read More

Book Review

Ceremonials

by Karen Rigby

Gloom and grief coalesce in Katharine Coldiron’s delicate "Ceremonials", a poetic love story between classmates that erases the line between the living and the dead. Inspired by Florence + the Machine’s album of the same name, this... Read More

Book Review

Radio Dark

by Michelle Anne Schingler

In Shane Hinton’s post-apocalyptic novella "Radio Dark", a horrifying epidemic creeps upon the known world, ending its normalcy in a flash and rendering people static. The affected freeze in place—holding buckets of minnows, idling... Read More

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