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Reviews of Books with 167 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 167 pages.

Book Review

Sand to Glass

by Danielle Ballantyne

A haunting literary fantasy novel about what four royal siblings will do to survive, "Sand to Glass" is an ominous introduction to Remy Apepp’s new fantasy series. The Great Being, bored and alone before the creation of the world, fell... Read More

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Death by Chaos

by Anna Maria Colivicchi

"Death by Chaos" is a compelling novel in which a moment changes four college students’ lives forever. Renaii West’s coming-of-age novel "Death by Chaos" focuses on a four-girl friend group in college in the 1970s. Easygoing Tasha,... Read More

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Trail of the Warrior

by Claire Foster

"Trail of the Warrior" is a polished novel about the deep struggle of recovering from substance use. Four very different people share their stories of recovery from substance use in Trail of the Warrior: A Fable of Hope. The language of... Read More

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Southern Son

by Margaret Fedder

The gift of "Southern Son" is Evans’s willingness to write within the space where life meets death. "Southern Son" by William Edmund Evans features two books of poetry, both written in the aftermath of the suicide of the poet’s son,... Read More

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The Home Jar

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Sensuous prose teases out peculiarities in ostensibly conventional host of characters. “Life itself … just prolong[s] the inevitable” reflects a character in Flannery O’Connor Award recipient Nancy Zafris’s (The People I Know,... Read More

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Traditions of the Osage

by Jack Shakely

To scholars of Native American culture, little-known historian Francis La Flesche is the Rosetta Stone. Prior to La Flesche’s early twentieth-century field work, there were anthropologists and there were Indians. But there had never... Read More

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