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Reviews of Books with 134 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 134 pages.

Book Review

What Counts as Love

by Karen Rigby

These voices possess a fragile resilience even as they surrender themselves to fate, new knowledge, and other bodies. Adolescents and adults on the brink of critical self-awareness define "What Counts as Love", winner of the John Simmons... Read More

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Wheels of Thunder

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Stuart’s voice will resonate with anyone whose life has been affected by autism spectrum disorder. Motivated by his own love of fast driving, powerful engines, and navigating life with Asperger’s syndrome, S. Parish’s "Wheels of... Read More

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Breaking Ground

by Melissa Wuske

This emotionally moving tribute gives insight into how Jackie Robinson affected the racial climate of Brooklyn and the nation. Breaking Ground: How Jackie Robinson Changed Brooklyn, by Alan Lelchuk, uses both memoirist and historian eyes... Read More

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Bang and Burn

by Scott Neuffer

Bozikas’s dark metaphoric language aptly captures Stiles’s descent from a respectable family man into a deadly secret agent. If James Bond had an MBA, an Australian accent, a guilt-ridden conscience, and a ruthless violent streak, he... Read More

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Men Explain Things to Me

by Aimee Jodoin

With a perfect balance of facts and creditable emotional appeal, this is a must-read journalistic work for those who consider themselves feminist and those who don’t—yet. Same-sex marriage (aka marriage equality) is a threat to... Read More

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Mission: Mother Earth

by Sara Budzik

At the heart of Benishai’s writing is the knowledge that there is a genuinely impressive person devoting his life to healing the planet. Geobiology—as a broad term for mystic, natural, and supernatural interplay on a... Read More

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