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Reviews of Books with 218 Pages

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The Creator's Way

by Sarah White

Short pieces allow for meditation and taking action, moving audiences to improve their outlooks one reading at a time. South African metaphysician Theoni Moraitis’s The Creator’s Way: World Ego and Spirit Soul is an engaging,... Read More

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Dialogue with the Self

by Angela McQuay

"Dialogue with the Self" presents a compelling and intriguing look into what mankind should be aspiring to. "Dialogue with the Self" is a deep and thought-provoking journey through the mythical utopian city of Niyod. In this spiritual... Read More

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by Jill Allen

A tight-knit cast of teens is swept into a strange land in this exciting fantasy. John Lovell’s Asora: The Sword of Barra is a compelling fantasy about six teenagers thrown from their world into the land of Asora, where they learn to... Read More

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The King of the Sea Monkeys

by Jason Henninger

A complex narrative style reflects the brokenness of a man recovering from a gunshot wound to the head. Looking both intellectually and intimately at a life unraveling, Mark E. Cull’s "The King of the Sea Monkeys" is in turns surreal,... Read More

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Cristo by Cristo

by Sonya Lovy

This allegorical retelling of Christ’s travels offers an overview of his accomplishments. Cristo is a wanderer—a Jewish, fatherless man on the outskirts of society. On his travels, he is accompanied by nothing but his own thoughts on... Read More

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