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Reviews of Books with 84 Pages

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Into the Fire

by CJ Triplett

These poems give deep insights into their Australian backdrop and into the poet’s life. "Into the Fire" is an entertaining collection of poems recalling the personal adventures—and misadventures—of Australian Sean Kennedy, marked... Read More

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by Peter Dabbene

"Sick" is Gabby Schulz’s fever-dream, the profoundly honest and disturbing graphic-novel account of a fifteen-day illness that pushed the author to the brink of death. Gabby Schulz (also known as Ken Dahl) is the author of several... Read More

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How to Forgive your Boss

by Catherine Thureson

A concise self-help book that contains exercises and insights for achieving greater fulfillment at work and beyond. Tammy Dewar’s How to Forgive Your Boss is a well-reasoned and well-researched book that offers a new perspective to... Read More

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by Michelle Anne Schingler

Working thoughtfully toward a theory of human unity that stands to enrich many religious paths, this book is eloquent and convincing. Dougall A. S. Smith presents a posthumous collection of elegant essays on epistemology, aesthetics, and... Read More

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Love Spells

by Julia Ann Charpentier

As she learns about love, Angelique is realistically, fallibly human, which is this story’s greatest strength. An intelligent young woman must come to terms with her troubled youth as she emerges from adolescence into adulthood. In... Read More

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by Kristine Morris

Compact and tightly written, this work by former marine Aaron Powell is a chilling look at the inner world of a bullied and sexually abused teen who decides to take matters into his own hands to protect himself and those he loves from... Read More

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Celebrate Family

by Emily Adams

Celebrate Family: Strategies for Creating Lasting Joy In the Home is a readable and delightful directive that provides families with practical ideas to help them encourage warmth and closeness. Don Voss chronologically and logically... Read More

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