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Reviews of Books with 132 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 132 pages.

Book Review

The Fierce Winds of Freedom

by John M. Murray

"The Fierce Winds of Freedom" is a light but rewarding historical novel, brought to life by the wild optimism of its pioneering characters. A ship populated by endearing characters with lively stories heads for America in J. M. Long’s... Read More

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Fox Magic

by Catherine Thureson

"Fox Magic" is the emotionally harrowing story of Chance, a twelve-year-old girl struggling to deal with the suicides of her two best friends. The three had made a suicide pact, but Chance ran away at the last minute. Now she feels not... Read More

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Beguiled By The Wild

by Matt Sutherland

This genre-defying spectacle of color, form, and humor looks like an art book but acts the part of a playful, kid-friendly graphic novel masquerading as a field guide to animals. A conservationist and maestro of modernism and... Read More

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The Patricide

by Kristine Morris

Kim Ekemar creates an intriguing, complex mystery with brisk pacing and a skillful unraveling of clues. Kim Ekemar’s engaging murder mystery, "The Patricide", brings a troubled French family together for its patriarch’s seventy-fifth... Read More

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Knight Rider

by Peter Dabbene

Lion Forge Comics has resurrected several 1980s television properties into comic-book form—including Airwolf and Miami Vice—and Knight Rider: Knight Strikes aims to do the same for K.I.T.T. (a heavily modified talking car with plenty... Read More

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Japanese Literature

by Josh Cook

Marcus offers sundry lessons and incites a new appreciation for Japan’s culture, history, and literature. “Compared with its ubiquitous commercial products,” Marvin Marcus writes, “the literature of Japan is little... Read More

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