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Reviews of Books with 88 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 88 pages.

Book Review

Walking in Love

by Jeremiah Rood

"Walking in Love" is a thoughtful text that encourages personal transformation via cultivated relationships with God. Suzanne Miller’s "Walking in Love" is a progressive Christian guidebook designed to help audiences follow Jesus’s... Read More

Book Review

Riven

by Matt Sutherland

Grief won’t suffer fools. What and how we grieve is the truest thing we know about ourselves. What Catherine Owen mines from her experience of losing a young spouse to drug addiction is extraordinary for its sweep. Her depths come to... Read More

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Ghosts Still Linger

by Matt Sutherland

The historical West was lawless and degenerate—a place of perps and victims, lots of victims. Kat Cameron is haunted by the experiences of those least among us, commoners of the Western prairies, especially women, and her searing work... Read More

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Cyborg Detective

by Matt Sutherland

Jillian Weise identifies as a cyborg. Perhaps that explains her outsized wit, exceptional word skills, and confidence. The author of The Amputee’s Guide to Sex and The Book of Goodbyes, her writing on cyborg identity and disability... Read More

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80 Poems

by Edith Wairimu

With its wide spectrum of topics and styles, "80 Poems" is an alternately thoughtful and playful collection. Roger Wayne Turkington’s transformative collection "80 Poems" offers wisdom within its musical verses. The book’s prevalent... Read More

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Crude Angel

by Matt Sutherland

Angels, however crude, fear a few places, according to E. M. Foster, but the same cannot be said of poets. Boundlessly curious, no subject is off limits for bards like Suzanne Cleary to tread. New Yorker Cleary earned her Pushcart Prize... Read More

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