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Reviews of Books with 218 Pages

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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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At the End of the Day

by Sheila M. Trask

If Bridget Jones earned an advanced degree in literature, her diary might read something like Ebuni Ilombu’s debut novel, "At the End of the Day". Ilombu describes the everyday trials and triumphs of a young woman in the city, using... Read More

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The Last Newspaper Man

by Heather Talty

In our increasingly digital world, where do newspapers fit in? And what should they provide readers? These are some of the questions journalist Mark Di Ionno sets out to answer in his new novel. The premise of the book is simple: an... Read More

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Greed

by Barbara Bamberger Scott

“From thermodynamics we know of the strive for maximum entropy (S) of all matter. In short, matter has to spread out and dissipate into the universe…When the Lord, at the end of the sixth day, created Adam and Eve, He told them to... Read More

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Mercy Creek

by Hilary Daninhirsch

Secrets can be toxic—kept too long, they can destroy a person or a whole community, as evinced in this Southern coming-of-age novel by first-time author Matt Matthews. Sixteen-year-old Isaac Lawson is still reeling from the death of... Read More

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