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Reviews of Books with 59 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 59 pages.

Book Review

Sky and Earth, Cielo Y Tierra

by Kristine Morris

In this small collection of short, lyrical poems in free verse, written in both English and Spanish, Christina Watkins gently opens readers’ eyes to a world that glimmers with the radiance of spirit. Without ever using the words... Read More

Book Review

Twist of Fate

by Sheila M. Trask

Ruin and redemption are the major themes in Kaye Dion’s latest novel, "Twist of Fate". Dion exposes the darkest side of severe mental illness in this slim volume that follows the downward spiral of Jessie, a young man with... Read More

Book Review

Moo Kitty Finds a Home

by Heather Seggel

Black-and-white Moo Kitty is living the sweet life until his beloved human companion passes away. When the house is cleaned out, he’s left to fend for himself for the first time. Alone and frightened, he is visited one night by three... Read More

Book Review

American Girl

by Melanie Drane

Much of the literary iconography of Northern Michigan has been drawn in the masculine tradition of Hemingway and Jim Harrison. Hard drinking and blood sports predominate; the legends and characters that inhabit literature from this... Read More

Book Review

Carolina Ghost Woods

by Anne-Marie Oomen

Carolina Ghost Woods, Jordan’s winning manuscript for the prestigious Walt Whitman Award of the Academy of American Poets is a walloping, gritty and fearless short collection. In a mere two dozen poems, some of them long, she presents... Read More