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Reviews of Books with 153 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 153 pages.

Book Review

Love in Winter

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

"Love in Winter" reaches for the art of poetry to clothe a father’s naked grief. William Edmund Evans’s Love in Winter: Missing Ryan collects poems written in the long season of grief. As its speaker navigates the first winter after... Read More

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God, Grace, Dumb Luck

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

These poems are an unflinching deep dive into the modern American experiment. In "God, Grace, Dumb Luck", Phloyd Knucklez uses experimental verse and alternating personae to probe the pedestrian darkness of contemporary America. Grounded... Read More

Book Review

To Love a Woman

by Elizabeth Millard

When it comes to desire, butterflies aren’t only in the stomach—they can also flutter quite strongly a few inches lower. For two characters in Fire’s "To Love a Woman", those butterflies are a constant presence, leading them to... Read More

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Seeking the Hook

After an absence of thirty-odd years, Lou Lipsitz makes his return to poetry, offering highlights from his first two books as well as two volumes of new poems which trace the maturation of the poet as a man and a writer. The selections... Read More

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Blind-Sided

In the current economy, books about life during unemployment are in great demand. Losing a job can feel like the end of the world, but writers like Roger E. Hawkins, Ph.D., help smooth the way back to confidence, courage, and, hopefully,... Read More

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Nonetheless, God Retrieves Us

“It felt good to have my doggy companion and good to enjoy the liberty of mutual trust and our unspoken covenant to stay together. All went well, this soul warming moment, until an aroma struck Jocko’s nostrils…activating urges,... Read More

Book Review

The Red Canoe

by Teresa Scollon

This book is said to read like a novel, and so it does. "The Red Canoe" is a narrative of Handlers marriage, and we learn to love and follow her characters through the pages of their journey towards understanding. This is definitely... Read More

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