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Reviews of Books with 170 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 170 pages.

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The Continuum

by John M. Murray

"The Continuum" packs a staggering amount of well drawn world-building into a short space, making for enough time travel adventure to launch a series. A seasoned time travel agent finds herself embroiled in an intense rescue assignment... Read More

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Found Audio

by Shana Creaney

"Found Audio" is a philosophical exploration of humanity, ambition, and the quest for knowledge that exists within us all. "Found Audio", by N.J. Campbell, is a novel comprising a series of letters and transcriptions, forcing a state of... Read More

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The Grass Labyrinth

by Lee Polevoi

Holmes’s gossamer-gentle prose captures the skeins of memory tangled with real life. What’s the breaking point between an artist’s dedication to her craft and a commitment to loving relationships? This probing question is central... Read More

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Accidental Dad

by Scott Neuffer

This story from a single dad about combating the court system for custody is moving and inspirational. Single fathers are getting the short end of the stick in the United States family court system, Ohio writer Joshua McDowell argues in... Read More

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Seeing Red

by Rachel Jagareski

A young woman may go blind, in this novel with a bristling, staccato torrent of vivid imagery from an acclaimed Chilean author. "Seeing Red", by Lina Meruane, dramatically introduces English-language readers to the acclaimed Chilean... Read More

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The Staked Plains

by Vernieda Vergara

This unflinching novel focuses on a sometime psychic who is forced to make difficult choices in her declining New Mexico hometown. In "The Staked Plains", Stefan Kiesbye portrays life in a declining New Mexican town through the eyes of a... Read More

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Adulterous Generation

by Amanda McCorquodale

These stories tap into our collective anxiety and defy social norms. Amy L. Clark’s short-story collection, "Adulterous Generation", consists of twenty arresting stories that present moments in which seemingly nurturing environments... Read More

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