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Reviews of Books with 168 Pages

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As Lie is to Grin

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

A sophisticated and complex work, this debut reconsiders the coming-of-age story for the twenty-first century. In his debut novel, Simeon Marsalis uses a complex structure to tell the story of David, an aspiring writer and a freshman at... Read More

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The King of Lighting Fixtures

by Karen Rigby

Olivas’s bold insistence on leaving a few seams visible makes his stories resound as a fascinating exploration of the art of storytelling. Angelenos on the margins make their entrance in The King of Lighting Fixtures, a collection of... Read More

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Bad Endings

by Kristine Morris

Carleigh Baker’s characters can’t seem to hide their quirkiness—their oddities stick out, obvious to everyone but them. They’re all uniquely inept and unqualified to deal with the situations they’re in, whether it’s marriage,... Read More

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Wonder Woman

by Peter Dabbene

Greg Rucka, Nicola Scott, and Romulo Fajardo Jr. lay out a thoroughly enjoyable origin story for one of DC’s most famous characters, in their exciting and endearing graphic novel Wonder Woman: Year One. Wonder Woman, despite being... Read More

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Angel City

by Peter Dabbene

Angel City: Town Without Pity takes 1930s noir style, sets the story in Hollywood, and makes one major change from similar tales—here, a woman is the hero. Dolores Dare, a former circus performer and aspiring actress, now working as a... Read More

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by Peter Dabbene

Vallejo has his own unique brand of Latin-American experimentalism with a Kafkaesque flair. Joseph Mulligan presents an exceptional translation of Latin-American author César Vallejo’s early, prison-inspired work in the story... Read More

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