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Reviews of Books with 90 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 90 pages.

Book Review

Kaddish

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Though her name evokes fabulism and dream-weaving, Jane Yolen is a literary renaissance woman. In this intimate, history-based poetry collection, she tackles the complicated subject of antisemitic persecution across the ages, and does so... Read More

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Therapy

by Joseph S. Pete

"Therapy" uses its poetic lines to capture the wounded rage of an isolated individual. Mike McCluskey’s poetry collection, "Therapy", gathers the troubled thoughts of an “absolute lunatic” and “madman” who lays it all on the... Read More

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Exit of the Leviathan

by Joseph S. Pete

Passionate poems are collected in "Exit of the Leviathan", an occasionally musical collection. Philips Ororho’s lyrical but unpolished poetry collection "Exit of the Leviathan" focuses on faith and romance. Love poems, paeans to God,... Read More

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A World Diverse III

by Joseph S. Pete

It’s a book of poetry with prescience, power, and a coherent view of an often off-kilter world. David Edmond’s A World Diverse III: In Need of Help amasses well-wrought poems about self-realization, responsibility, goodwill among... Read More

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Afternoon Tomatoes

by Carolina Ciucci

"Afternoon Tomatoes" is a satisfying poetry compilation that is charming in its colorful humanness. T. J. Richards’s "Afternoon Tomatoes" is a nostalgic, enjoyable, and earthy poetry collection. Organized alphabetically, poems shed a... Read More

Book Review

Of Crime and Passion

by Rebecca Foster

At its heart, the story bears a message about the ongoing conflict between economic and social classes. In "Of Crime and Passion", the latest novella from Jonathan Harnisch, a proud young man seeks to transcend his underprivileged... Read More

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Three Simple Questions

by Rebecca Foster

This concise, practical book of spiritual advice proposes three questions that can guide daily decision-making for people of any faith. Despite having lived with a disability for nearly three decades, Charlie Horton declares, “The... Read More

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