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Reviews of Books with 216 Pages

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The Hidden Life of Life

by Susan Waggoner

Quick—what came first, plants or animals? Plants, the common answer once taught as truth, is wrong. Animal life came first, and this is just one of the food-for-thought facts revealed in Elizabeth Marshall Thomas’s "The Hidden Life... Read More

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Being 2.0

by Laura Leavitt

In its philosophical depth, "Being 2.0" reveals surprising and insightful ways for coping with modern malaise. Nothing less than the cultural evolution of Western civilization is questioned in "Being 2.0" by Razique Mahroua. Mahroua’s... Read More

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Unremarkable

by Joseph S. Pete

"Unremarkable" is a thrilling gangland drama that reveals unexpected supernatural depths. "Unremarkable", a thriller written by Tangent Games cofounders Geoff Habiger and Coy Kissee, blends genres to tell an enthralling story about an... Read More

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Thirty-Seven

by John M. Murray

"Thirty-Seven" is uncomfortable, disturbing, and impossible to put down. The surviving member of an infamous cult finds himself drawn back into the life in the uneasy but engaging "Thirty-Seven" by Peter Stenson. A cult known as the... Read More

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Pantheon

by Peter Dabbene

Hamish Steele presents a coherent story about how all the Egyptian gods fit together, in his humorous, irreverent graphic novel "Pantheon". Beginning with a handy family tree of Egyptian gods, "Pantheon" weaves accounts from various... Read More

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Legends Never Die

by Matt Sutherland

Against all the laws of nature, certain sports heroes pull off the extraordinary stunt of running faster, jumping higher, hitting a ball farther after they die. In a word, athletes—think George Gipp (the Gipper), Lou Gehrig, Dale... Read More

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Live Through This

by Rebecca Foster

Clay Cane can’t forget the first time he was called a “faggot.” Aged seven, he’d dressed up in his mother’s clothes and makeup; her boyfriend called him gay. Cane’s mother kicked the boyfriend out for good, and “that one... Read More

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