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Reviews of Books with 73 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 73 pages.

Book Review

Just Jane

by Jeannine Chartier Hanscom

A strong and independent woman in the Wild West inspires and entertains while supernatural forces stalk the frontier. P. T. Koi crafts a quirky tale with a perky heroine in Just Jane: Wicked Wild West. In an entertaining mishmash of... Read More

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Palace of Gifts

by Melissa Wuske

"Palace of Gifts" by Kathleen Currieri-Rosson is an allegorical novel that captures the universal search for meaning. The story takes place in a kingdom ruled by the Good Master, who knows and recognizes everyone. Every citizen of the... Read More

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Pima Road Notebook

by Jennifer Fandel

Keith Ekiss’s debut poetry collection, Pima Road Notebook, takes readers on a personal journey into the American cityscape of the desert Southwest. Set in southern Arizona, home of the Pima tribe of Native Americans, Ekiss’s poems... Read More

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I Prescribe a Positive Vibe

by David George

“See the big Picture / see what matters most / see the world as you should / see now its understood,” Anthony G. Catalano writes. Whether you call them poetry or rap, the works in I Prescribe A Positive Vibe are certainly positive.... Read More

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“What hurts my brother hurts me” is the motto displayed throughout Coble’s son’s school and a good summing up for this entire text. Detailing early life influences as she discusses the impact of three key historical American... Read More

Book Review

Hector Acebes

by Karl Kunkel

Normally, a photo might say a thousand words. But with these remarkable photos of Africa, that estimate must be raised considerably. Acebes, a Colombian with a decidedly international upbringing and spirit of adventure to match,... Read More

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