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Reviews of Books with 240 Pages

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Man Up

by Ashley Holstrom

An uplifting coming-of-age novel in which a high school senior figures out how to be himself, Kim Oclon’s "Man Up" finds David wondering how to come out to his baseball team. Heading into his final year, David is feeling good. He has a... Read More

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Lake Like a Mirror

by Ho Lin

Malaysian Chinese author Ho Sok Fong writes from the point of view of the dispossessed and downtrodden. Her striking short story collection "Lake Like a Mirror" unveils a lesser-known side of Malaysia, wherein minority women struggle to... Read More

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Fiebre Tropical

by Eileen Gonzalez

A lonely, stubborn teenager struggles to adjust to life in America in Juliana Delgado Lopera’s gripping novel, "Fiebre Tropical". Francisca’s life is upended when her recently divorced mother drags her family from Colombia to... Read More

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The Crooked Path

by Catherine Thureson

Kelden’s "The Crooked Path" is a thoughtful examination of one modern pagan movement. The first part of the book attempts to define traditional witchcraft—a daunting task, given the myriad beliefs and practices of traditional... Read More

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Remembered

by Jessie Horness

“It’s high time they stop killing our people,” says a reverend in the opening of "Remembered". “If we don’t stop them now, it won’t ever stop.” Edward Freeman has died, publicly, tragically, and too young, and a tempest is... Read More

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Heart to Beat

by Edith Wairimu

"Heart to Beat" is a practical memoir about what it took to become a leading cardiac surgeon. Brian Lima’s inspiriting memoir "Heart to Beat" is about how he became a top heart surgeon. Growing up in New Jersey in a Cuban immigrant... Read More

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Carrying Water to the Field

by Matt Sutherland

Precise in the language of everyday, rich in wisdom and maturity, Joyce Sutphen’s newest collection, her eighth, speaks to her comfort with farm life, travel, aging, the distortions of memory. Sutphen is Minnesota’s poet laureate and... Read More

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