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Reviews of Books with 160 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 160 pages.

Book Review

b, Book, and Me

by Meg Nola

The two girls central to Kim Sagwa’s haunting "b, Book, and Me" face bullying, their parents’ indifference, and a sense of helpless displacement. Teachers pretend not to notice what happens to Rang and b, averting their eyes or... Read More

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Disfigured

by Peter Dabbene

"Disfigured" is a fascinating exploration of how disabilities are treated within fairy tales and of how those treatments help to shape social attitudes and perceptions. Part literary examination, part cultural critique, and part memoir,... Read More

Book Review

Cry Wolf

by Jeff Fleischer

In 2005, twenty-year-old engineering student Kenton Carnegie took a walk near his work site in a remote part of Saskatchewan, but never returned. Colleagues who found his body saw that it had been dragged and had wolf tracks nearby.... Read More

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Brink of Life

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

"Brink of Life" is filled with new complications and ramifications for the series’ consideration of eternal life. Rick Moskovitz’s science fiction novel "Brink of Life" continues the story of those affected by clandestine contracts... Read More

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