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Reviews of Books with 266 Pages

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Life in the Court of Matane

by Karen Rigby

A young boy imagines his life from a distance in this piercing story about escaping circumstances. Tangential, expansive in its ability to capture youth at a crossroads, and unexpectedly piercing, Eric Dupont’s "Life in the Court of... Read More

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To Any Soldier

by Amy O'Loughlin

A college student and a soldier trade letters in this indelible coming-of-age novel. G. C. Hendricks and Kathryn Watson Quigg’s poignant To Any Soldier: A Novel of Vietnam Letters is the story of a yearlong exchange of letters between... Read More

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Wishing on a Star

by Jill Allen

Delving into the danger of getting what you wish for, this is a delightful romp into the urban-fantasy genre. Wishing on a Star, by Jody Lynn Nye and Angelina Adams, the ninth book in the Stellar Guild series, represents a delightful... Read More

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Pokergeist

by Stephanie Bucklin

This quick and snappy read is a thrilling look into the glitzy world of poker, casinos, and competition. In Michael Phillip Cash’s "Pokergeist", amateur Telly Martin enters the International Series of Poker with one trick up his... Read More

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Lot Boy

by Karen Rigby

Eddie’s everyman persona amplifies this entertaining tale of what happens at the juncture between the familiar and the unknown. Edward Lanning, the twenty-seven-year-old son of a Ford dealership owner, is having a quarter-life crisis.... Read More

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A Bowl Full of Nails

by Rachel Jagareski

Sensitive ruminations on one’s place in the community and the world will resonate with independent spirits. May 15, 1969: It’s Bloody Thursday at People’s Park in Berkeley, California, and street theater activist Gus Bessemer... Read More

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