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Reviews of Books with 74 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 74 pages.

Book Review

Revolving Love

by Scott Neuffer

These poems speak to the cost of love and the pain of heartache but also to the ability to start healing. Love is a conundrum; it can make someone feel strong and weak at the same time. North Carolina poet A’Ja Simms comes to terms... Read More

Book Review

Talk to Me of Love

by Rebecca Foster

This well-structured collection celebrates different types of love through meditative verse. The poems in Julia Anne Bernhardt’s first collection, "Talk to Me of Love", range from erotic to spiritual as they investigate love in all its... Read More

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The Nurture Loop

by Melissa Wuske

This is a personable and approachable treatise on fixing the US education system. The Nurture Loop: The Key to Effective Schooling, by Neil Helgeland, is the late author’s unfinished monograph on public education. The author’s family... Read More

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House of Harwood

by Joan E. Phelps

"House of Harwood" is an intriguing novella, especially for those who enjoy stories about family secrets, function, and dysfunction. In House of Harwood, a mystery novella by Olivia Batker Pritzker, the Harwood family’s Thanksgiving... Read More

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