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Reviews of Books with 244 Pages

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The Invisible

by Susan Waggoner

In Seb Doubinsky’s dystopian novel "The Invisible", politics are the only game in town. Georg is appointed as the commissioner of New Babylon, a large metropolis where politics, corporations, and journalism merge to form a monolithic... Read More

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by Susan Waggoner

"JuJu" is a harrowing and hopeful novel, and Pettigrew’s writing is diamond sharp. A neighborhood in Buffalo endures the 1980s crack epidemic in Tamario Pettigrew’s "JuJu", a compelling young adult novel with adult interest. Teenage... Read More

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by Jessie Horness

Ben Barnz’s partner has a theory that there is a major generational shift for gay people every five years. This book, then, is a memoir from almost four zeitgeist changes ago. Beginning in the week of the 9/11 attacks, "We" is a taste... Read More

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Mephisto's Waltz

by Meg Nola

Mephisto’s Waltz, a collection of short fiction by the late Mexican author Sergio Pitol, creates a world of eloquent transience, shifting from Mexico to Asia then into Warsaw, Ibiza, Bukhara, Vienna, Venice, and Rome. Pitol’s mastery... Read More

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Traveler's Diarrhea

by Susan Waggoner

Traveler’s Diarrhea is an engaging, wryly humorous chronicle of travel to out-of-the-ordinary places. Forget the off-putting cover and the even more off-putting promise of humor “guaranteed to cause abdominal cramps, nausea” and... Read More

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Life with a View

by Laura Leavitt

Smith describes a very technical field in a way that clearly conveys its high stakes. Robin A Smith’s memoir, "Life with a View", reflects on a career in air traffic control, including concentrations on maintenance, development, and... Read More

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