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Reviews of Books with 274 Pages

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Barlow and Other Stories

by Claire Foster

Strong local color and Willis’s flair for dialect make this a charming and lively collection. They don’t make men like Barlow Jimson anymore. Born mean and named after his father’s clasp knife, Barlow “grew up with a tailor-made... Read More

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Toru

by Felicia Topp

Tōru is an enjoyable and believable work of alternative historical fiction. Stephanie Sorensen’s Tōru: Wayfarer Returns is a work of alternative historical fiction woven with tradition, adventure, and suspense. As finely wrought as a... Read More

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Truth Evolves

by Felicia Topp

This challenging and enlightening work argues that truth should be adaptable and examines how humans arrive at “truths” over time. In "Truth Evolves", Dustin Arand displays finesse with handling dense topics, and his work offers... Read More

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Two Green Otters

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Daring narrative styles and bursts of philosophy make the maybe-love story within "Two Green Otters" a fascinating trip. Buket Uzuner’s "Two Green Otters" is a story of love and ennui in which a mysterious protagonist struggles to... Read More

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Jumpin' the Rails!

by Claire Foster

This book combines fantasy and careful research to capture a time that is fading from American memory. Jumpin’ the Rails! by Sheila W. Slavich explores the fluid nature of time as two young boys discover a secret door that leads into... Read More

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BIGLAW

by Caitlynn Lowe

Cameron’s novel balances familiarity and insanity as it showcases an excess of vices exacting a toll on corporate attorneys. Former corporate attorney Lindsay Cameron showcases the hostile reality of New York mega-firm life in her... Read More

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Tango's Tales

by Jill Allen

This story succeeds at creating almost a new subgenre: erotic humor. Tango’s Tales, by Lisa Kopel, tells the story of an adventurous, middle-aged, sexually veracious woman. The story captures what it’s like for today’s woman who... Read More

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