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Reviews of Books with 94 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 94 pages.

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by Rebecca Foster

An autobiographical odyssey from Panama to Texas, Darrel Alejandro Holnes’s poetry collection "Stepmotherland" ponders split identities through art, current events, and religion. Of African and Chocó descent, Holnes describes himself... Read More

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The Miracle Machine

by Samantha Ann Ehle

Like a constellation in which perception and purpose are stars, "The Miracle Machine" is a fantastic poetic work. Marrying poetry with fantasy, Matthew Pennock’s "The Miracle Machine" is a phenomenal trip that loops through time,... Read More

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Spirit Garden

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

Love is the question and the answer in the passionate poetry collection "Spirit Garden". Nattalie Saso Sanchez’s poetry collection "Spirit Garden" reflects on, and responds to, love. Recognizing that love manifests in many forms—love... Read More

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Let Me Have My Say

by Aimee Jodoin

"Let Me Have My Say" is a memoir-through-dialogues that’s full of wisdom, highlighting the importance of self-respect in human relationships. Inquisitive artist Rima Jbara wrote "Let Me Have My Say", a memoir about navigating... Read More

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Corporate Crap

by Barry Silverstein

Smart and insightful, with a conversational style, "Corporate Crap" will be a breath of fresh air for former, current, and future corporate employees. Howard Harrison’s witty memoir "Corporate Crap" dissects and ridicules the practices... Read More

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Deep Calls to Deep

by Matt Sutherland

Immersion in the study of ancient history lends itself to a dream state of being, and biblical history is even further down the rabbit hole. There is good poetry to be had in these mists-of-time places and Jane Medved has her way with... Read More

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To Look Out From

by Matt Sutherland

Pity the poet who writes of salt ponds and claw marks on beech trees without the requisite natural-world familiarity. Better: pity her reader. There is no doubt that Dede Cummings’s hiking boots have suffered the ravages of Vermont... Read More

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