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Reviews of Books with 154 Pages

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You Are a Heroine

by Kristine Morris

Heroines are needed now more than ever, and Liller’s self-help book uses classic paradigms to show women how to unlock their own heroic powers. Myth and theory come to life in Susanna Liller’s You Are a Heroine: A Retelling of the... Read More

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The Last Mosaic

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

“A fragment defies the mind’s impulse to make things whole. Defies it, and entices it,” and from just such fragments, Elizabeth Cooperman and Thomas Walton cobble together a hybrid work—parts travel journal, memoir, lyric essay,... Read More

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The Bridal Chase

by John M. Murray

With a blockbuster beginning and constant action, "The Bridal Chase" races by in a light and airy way. Robert Downs’s breakneck novella "The Bridal Chase" pits true love against ruthless thugs, and overflows with bombastic action and... Read More

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What Is Man

by Jeremiah Rood

The most insightful parts of the text explore how love can be easily misplaced. "What Is Man", from Mohan Perera and Rohan Perera, is a rich exploration of the human condition from psychological and faith perspectives. The authors, Mo... Read More

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Passing on Curves

by Jeff Fleischer

Some of the experiences Craig McLaughlin writes about in "Passing on Curves" could provide enough material for an entire book. He spent much of his childhood on a farm where his mother’s boyfriend collected jaguars, tigers, monkeys,... Read More

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