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Reviews of Books with 72 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 72 pages.

Book Review

a women

by Matt Sutherland

We should all be so aware, so alive, so consequential, so Vanessa Roveto. Language is no match, so she leaves it behind in a rush to explore what it means to be her. We’ll call it poetry until she comes up with a better word. The... Read More

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by Michelle Anne Schingler

"Infinity"‘s micropoems and mesmerizing images toy with the concept of boundlessness: “It’s / a jar full of stories and white ink / spilled / on the snow,” one page murmurs, beside a picture of a colorless cat jumping into a pale... Read More

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by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

A bevy of wild creatures in vibrant neon hues emerge on the pages of this book; look closer at each tentacle, tail, and body in motion for a message hidden in plain sight. This uniquely crafted word search and letter seek-and-find... Read More

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Caregiver Devotions

by Jeremiah Rood

Providing inspirational ideas for those assisting their aging family members, "Caregiver Devotions" is a thoughtful work. Laura Vae Gatz’s unpretentious Christian self-help book "Caregiver Devotions" charts a humble path through the... Read More

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