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Reviews of Books with 168 Pages

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The Southern Wildlife Watcher

by Bianca Bowers

Rob Simbeck’s poetic nature book "The Southern Wildlife Watcher" includes three dozen examples of regional wildlife. Simbeck, whose awe toward nature compels him to engender awe in others, has been writing essays for South Carolina... Read More

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Little Hugs

by George Hajjar

Concerned with personal and spiritual relationships, "Little Hugs" is an insightful, encouraging poetry collection. Raman Mander’s poetry collection "Little Hugs" concerns love, self-worth, and spirituality. These accessible poems tend... Read More

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American Grief in Four Stages

by Karen Rigby

In fifteen stories that mine different forms of torment, Sadie Hoagland gathers lost innocence, altered lives, and harsh memories—sometimes with elegiac, bald realism, and sometimes with eerie hyperbole and gruesome images.... Read More

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God Land

by Melissa Wuske

Lyz Lenz’s "God Land" is a nuanced examination of the political, personal, and religious complexity of middle America. Beginning with Lenz’s own faith-filled dream of a new church (one which ended up dissolving) and the challenge of... Read More

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Your Turn

by Aimee Jodoin

Strongest in its memoir aspects, "Your Turn" excels in exploring the myriad ways that storytelling can improve and encourage appreciative living. Tyra Manning’s memoir and self-help book "Your Turn" focuses on successful methods for... Read More

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Far Flung

by Kristine Morris

Underlying Cassandra Kircher’s intimate and moving essays on nature, family, and adventures in the wild there are secrets: of a beloved father whose silences and rages marked her childhood; of the people who traveled to the mountains,... Read More

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