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Reviews of Books with 79 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 79 pages.

Book Review

Anne Steelyard

by Elizabeth Breau

Move over, Indiana Jones. Gender rebel Anne Steelyard has a half-century head start in the race to prevent Germans from discovering the long-hidden secrets of the ancient world. The deadly power hidden within the lost City of... Read More

Book Review

Spring Bear

Everyone is forced to deal with some problems during the course of their lifetime. But when one misfortune leads to another, the accumulated challenges can seriously erode a person’s ability to cope with adversity. In the face of hard... Read More

Book Review

Magic Hoofbeats

by Kaavonia Hinton

The eight tales in this collection from locales around the world (including North America, Russia, and Albania) are linked by one subject: horses. The tales are organized by place of origin, beginning with a North American story set... Read More

Book Review

Keeping My Name

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

For formalists, this author comes as a gift, a poet fully in charge of her forms, subtle and controlled. She embraces the villanelle, Petrarchan and Shakespearean sonnets, the measured quatrain, rhymed couplets. The book seems a... Read More

Book Review

The Dumbbell Nebula

Kowit’s poems are exuberant and relentless, like the three friends (“rapturous, maniacal-high-stepping thru a blizzard of exquisite light”) who populate the poem that gives this volume its title. The world we see in The Dumbbell... Read More