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Reviews of Books with 185 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 185 pages.

Book Review

Blood-Red Mist

by John M. Murray

"Blood-Red Mist" is a heartfelt paranormal mystery whose endearing heroine overshadows its darker elements. In Michael Allan Scott’s paranormal thriller "Blood-Red Mist", a psychic police consultant tries to save a life, rather than... Read More

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Ars Botanica

by Rebecca Foster

Writing to one’s unborn child is reasonably common; it’s the starting point for Karl Ove Knausgaard’s upcoming quartet, for instance. Such a project might suggest romanticized anticipation, but Little Village managing editor Tim... Read More

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Adua

by Susan Waggoner

Adua is a memorable, affecting tale of postcolonial Africa. Igiaba Scego’s spare "Adua" brings the decolonialization of Africa to life through the stories of Zoppe and his estranged daughter, Adua. In the 1930s, Somali native Zoppe is... Read More

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War, So Much War

by Kenny Jakubas

Rodoreda’s final work emphasizes imagery and the language of her characters with sincere and beautiful language of her own. Mercè Rodoreda’s novel "War, So Much War", translated here from the Catalan by Maruxa Relano and Martha... Read More

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Cities at Sea

by Jill Allen

This dystopian retelling of The Little Mermaid integrates ingenious futuristic technology. Can mermaids and genetic engineering coexist? Set three thousand years into the future, with most of Earth under water and the majority of people... Read More

Book Review

The Miracle of Sam

by Tom Bevier

There’s a lot of imagined doggy talk in "The Miracle of Sam", a heartfelt story of a couple in Sedona, Arizona, and the canine companion who renews their lives. As Andy Rooney once quipped, “If dogs could talk it would take a lot of... Read More

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e.a.r.t.h.

by Kristine Morris

Arthur Douglas takes readers into a multifaceted world that, at first, looks very much like the everyday reality of a blind young woman and her service dog, but expands to reveal a cosmic experiment that has been in progress for eons and... Read More

Book Review

Time for Justice

by John Senger

It is popular these days to write a book claiming that this system or that institution is broken. Often times these revelatory books are delivered in shrill and accusatory language. The writer identifies the bad guys and offers draconian... Read More

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