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Reviews of Books with 274 Pages

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The House of Erzulie

by Mya Alexice

Kirsten Imani Kasai weaves a spellbinding tale in "The House of Erzulie", intertwining elements of horror and erotica expertly. Purposeful discomfort abounds in this eerie novel that brims with masterful, uncanny language. Part of the... Read More

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by Barry Silverstein

This book will be of major significance to senior managers who want to apply sophisticated thinking. "Gear-Up!" by Mark van Dongen is a thorough if somewhat academic treatise on leadership development in business. Van Dongen’s... Read More

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by Amanda Adams

"Suckle" is an ambitious look at the decisions made by a man struck with an extraordinary talent. An outlandish exploration of the ways loneliness, love, and loss manifest themselves in a seemingly ordinary man, "Suckle", by Benjamin... Read More

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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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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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