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Reviews of Books with 138 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 138 pages.

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by Rachel Jagareski

To inspire social awareness, the photographs of "Moment" share “a view of the world through a different angle.” Robert Abad’s photography collection "Moment" draws on an extensive, thirty-year archive of travel photographs. Its... Read More

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The Teacher

by Jessie Horness

When a teacher takes her life, an unnamed narrator proves determined to ensure that her story is not lost to memory. Driven more by psychology than its plot, "The Teacher" is a chronology-jumping character study about the individual... Read More

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Now That We’re Alone

by Benjamin Welton

Writing is clipped and punchy; at times, it intentionally obfuscates, and its gory details are sure to set stomachs churning. Nicholas Day’s short story collection "Now That We’re Alone" is a bizarre mix of makeshift golems, ghosts,... Read More

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Traveling Through

by Margaret Fedder

Straightforward, descriptive poems evocatively search for meaning. William Yager’s poetry collection "Traveling Through" combines ruminations on life in the modern age with odes to God and the natural world. Yager contextualizes the... Read More

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