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Reviews of Books with 134 Pages

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

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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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Last Message from Nibiru

by Jeannine Chartier Hanscom

With fascinating details of an imagined future, this apocalyptic novel ties a compelling plot to a no-nonsense narrator. "Last Message from Nibiru" is an imaginative, cautionary tale about the dangers of excessive corporate power. Debut... Read More

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Trapped in the Congo Drama

by Mark McLaughlin

Based loosely on the author’s own life, "Trapped in the Congo Drama" is an ultimately unsatisfying story of two students who leave their African homeland to study in Prague in the mid-to-late 1980s. Most of the narrative fails to live... Read More

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47

by Peter Dabbene

A group of murder suspects trapped together—perhaps snowbound at a hotel or confined on a ship at sea—is a convention of mystery novels. Angela Peach’s "47" adds a science-fiction element to the scenario, resulting in a suspenseful... Read More

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Stories of Lily

by Shoilee Khan

"Stories of Lily" is a collection of short anecdotes about a young woman who leaves China to study English in Melbourne, Australia. Lily, along with her friend Iman—a student from Iraq—shop, travel, and learn together while adapting... Read More

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Abstract Painting

by Peter Dabbene

For many readers, and even some of the painters among them, abstract art prompts often-heard complaints like, “my kid could do that!” To these skeptics, abstract art is the ultimate in impractical ventures, making a title like... Read More

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