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Reviews of Books with 198 Pages

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50 Miles

by Claire Foster

“I am always writing as an alcoholic,” Sheryl St. Germain says in the introduction to her brave, moving memoir in twenty-nine movements, "50 Miles". Its pieces range from lyrical essays to prose poems and fragmented... Read More

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Unofficial History of Pi Wei

by Geraldine Richards

With "Unofficial History of Pi Wei", Brendan Connell challenges the conventions of the classic revenge tale. In an ancient village, Sung kills Pi Wei’s father, and the boy is then abandoned by his mother. He merely survives until an... Read More

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An Abled Life

by Claire Foster

"An Abled Life" is an excellent, timely memoir about a lifelong illness, its consequences, and growing up with a disability in America’s golden era. The polio vaccine was patented in 1955. Eleven years earlier, Thomas C. Wilczewski was... Read More

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The Books of Norene I

by Nancy Powell

Wolves and Werewolves is an imaginative and exciting fantasy adventure that puts a refreshing spin on werewolf mythology. In Jane Sefc’s action-packed fantasy adventure Wolves and Werewolves, an uneasy truce between the werewolves and... Read More

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