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Reviews of Books with 272 Pages

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Frying Plantain

by Tanisha Rule

Internal culture clashes are at the center of the twelve intersecting parts that make up "Frying Plantain", in which a girl grows from a timid, eager-to-belong child into a confident young adult and discovers what it means to break away... Read More

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Everywhere You Don't Belong

by Tanisha Rule

Gabriel Bump’s Everywhere You Don’t Belong is a spiraling coming-of-age tale about abandonment and perseverance that highlights the moments that made its lead—and some that nearly broke him. A ridiculous opening fight between... Read More

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The Andean Cross

by John M. Murray

Avid historians chase the truth in "The Andean Cross", a history-driven adventure novel. In Lawrence Clayton’s global adventure "The Andean Cross", a devoted team of divers discovers a lost ship and explores an alternate history. A... Read More

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Resurrection Girls

by Mya Alexice

Mystical and paranormal while at the same time all too real in its portrayal of grief, Ava Morgyn’s searing "Resurrection Girls" is a refined, startling debut that brims with authorial skill. Though geared toward young adults, it... Read More

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Write Better

by Melissa Wuske

Andrew T. LePeau’s "Write Better" is a comprehensive guide for nonfiction writers of all experience levels who are Christians. Writing well and living a spiritual life are two topics that are difficult to make plain, but this volume... Read More

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