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Reviews of Books with 326 Pages

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The Wrong Kind of Indian

by Meagan Logsdon

This is a daring and earnest depiction of identity that crosses societal and cultural boundaries. Jey Tehya’s "The Wrong Kind of Indian" is a raw rendering of a woman’s struggle to claim her identity in the midst of chaotic and... Read More

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The Perfect Tear

by Vernieda Vergara

"The Perfect Tear" is an interesting take on a familiar tale about a humble girl who saves the world. Connie Lansberg weaves an intriguing world where music creates life in "The Perfect Tear". In this updated fairy tale that blends... Read More

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Harvest of War

by Karen Rigby

Despite the bleak context and occasional brutality, there’s seldom a sense that the people have been spiritually defeated in this high-stakes WWII novel. "Harvest of War" by Jan Smolders portrays a World War II community where... Read More

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Avenging Africanus

by Tracy Fischer

Storm’s obvious passion for Ancient Rome has made him a must-read author for anyone looking for a great story to pull them in and not let go. Matthew Jordan Storm presents an outstanding work of historical fiction that follows the... Read More

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John Lennon and the Jews

by Jeff Fleischer

Humor, pop-culture references, and personal anecdotes turn this philosophical analysis of Judaism into a thoughtful, relatable critique. Ze’ev Maghen’s John Lennon and the Jews: A Philosophical Rampage covers a lot of philosophical... Read More

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Command and Control

by Jill Allen

A likable protagonist with humor and medical knowledge propels the plot of this exciting thriller. Retired surgeon Cooper “Mackie” McKay returns in his second thriller outing by Stephen Russell, "Command and Control". As with the... Read More

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