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Reviews of Books with 204 Pages

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The Oarsman

by Gregory A. Lowe

"The Oarsman" is thoughtfully written and will be enjoyed by those who enjoy fantastic narratives that inspire self-reflection. "The Oarsman" by Zubin Mathai is a strong plot-driven novel with intriguing allegorical elements. With vivid... Read More

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Let Love Be My Judge

by Claire Foster

This spicy romance offers a mature appreciation of love’s many opportunities, passions, and adventures. What sweetens a romance—A beautiful location? A lusty lover? Marion Catterall’s frisky novel "Let Love Be My Judge" explores... Read More

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Ulysses Dream

by Barbara Nickles

Raw, unfiltered humanity comes through this novel that draws upon Homer’s epic. Like the ancient tale of the great warrior Ulysses whose journey home from war was filled with twists and turns, "Ulysses Dream" is a bold, personal, and... Read More

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A Delicate Dance

by Jill Allen

This is an illuminating must-read for those who devour family dramas. Austin Gary’s novel, "A Delicate Dance", delves into the tangled two-step of familial love, being overshadowed by a parent, and, ultimately, forgiveness. For Thad,... Read More

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Incoming

by Gary Presley

Characters are relatable and fully human, and their actions resonate with the choices humans must make. Vic Amato’s sixteen tales in his Incoming: Collected Stories are literary explorations of the corridors of the human psyche, some... Read More

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