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Reviews of Books with 218 Pages

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Looking for Redfeather

by Peter Dabbene

"Looking for Redfeather" by Linda Collison captures all of the emotion and uncertainty of being a teenager, delivered through the practiced and nonjudgmental eye of an experienced writer. It’s hard to imagine the road trip’s classic... Read More

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In Search of the Painted Bunting

by Pete Warzel

Humorous notes on family outings disguised as bird-watching adventures illumine the bonds of family. In Search of the Painted Bunting: (Mis)Adventures of a Birdwatching Family is a humorous chronicle of an extended family bouncing around... Read More

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Yellow Fever

by Sara Budzik

Poetic, compelling, painfully beautiful writing contrasts with controversial subject matter to create a genuine work of modern art. If a young George Carlin, dealing with puberty and sexual frustration, set out to write a video-gamer’s... Read More

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A Crack in the Wall

by Karen Rigby

An atmospheric, Hitchcockian maze reveals architect Pablo Simó’s entanglement in a crime set in contemporary Buenos Aires. Claudia Piñeiro—Argentine journalist, playwright, and best-selling author of the award-winning novel... Read More

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Little Raw Souls

by Lee Polevoi

The characters in Steven Schwartz’s expertly rendered stories want more from life than what they have. Patrick, the failed novelist turned dental salesman in “Blockage,” envies his ex-girlfriend, Luciana, with her “sun-drenched... Read More

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