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Reviews of Books with 70 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 70 pages.

Book Review

Memory House

by Amy O'Loughlin

"Memory House" is a subtle, elegiac memoir about love and devotion. L.G. Mason’s ardent and incisive memoir of a marriage, "Memory House", juxtaposes memories of his wife before she developed dementia with the woman she became after... Read More

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A Guide for Writing Teachers

by Kristine Morris

"A Guide for Writing Teachers" is a valuable resource for teachers hoping to guide their students with sensitivity. Eighty-seven percent of Americans lack basic writing skills, according to the 2012 National Assessment of Adult Literacy.... Read More

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The Light of What Comes After

by Matt Sutherland

Curiosity skilled the poet. Seemingly unwilling to rein in her interests, Jen Town’s sense of wonder and delight with what catches her attention is infectious. Her work has lit up the pages of Epoch, Crab Orchard Review, Third Coast,... Read More

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Beach Devotions

by Jeff Friend

This wonderful collection of devotionals is complemented by gorgeous photographs. In "Beach Devotions", Laura Vae Gatz uses vivid photography and engaging words to provide contemplative devotionals related to a refreshing day at the... Read More

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Poems for the Young at Heart

by James Burt

With an honest tone and real heart, Lombardo tackles the topic of love in his new collection of poetry. There are shelves and shelves of love poems in libraries around the world. In truth, it’s the most complex topic to write about... Read More

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The Sky and the Sea

by Margaret Fedder

Johnson’s intriguing collection is firmly rooted in everyday life. In "The Sky and the Sea", Kevin J. Johnson brings together poems and prose that inhabit both the mundane and the fantastic. The result is a collection that intrigues in... Read More

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