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Reviews of Books with 96 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 96 pages.

Book Review

Space Struck

by Matt Sutherland

The playfulness and creative flourishes showcase the poet having the time of their life in crafting this debut. Recipient of the Editor’s Award in Poetry from The Florida Review, Paige Lewis’s work has appeared in Ploughshares,... Read More

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King Shaka

by Peter Dabbene

Based on African history, delivered in dramatic style, and intended for middle and high school audiences, "King Shaka" tells the fascinating story of a monarch’s life, diplomatic efforts, military campaigns, and death. From 1816 to... Read More

Book Review

Refugia

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

A refugia is a place where organisms can survive because they are protected in some way from the surrounding inhospitable environment; climate change has rendered the earth one such “flaming wreck.” Quietly political, the book’s... Read More

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An Angel in My Garden

by Edith Wairimu

"An Angel in My Garden" is a heartfelt personal poetic scrapbook from a couple’s time together. Mart Grams’s heartfelt collection "An Angel in My Garden" pays tribute to his late wife, Linda, reminiscing on their memories together.... Read More

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Blue Mistaken for Sky

by Matt Sutherland

When a poem causes you a wince of discomfort, chances are that it’s the poet who let down her defenses and revealed a psychic wound. Such vulnerability is powerful. You feel for the poet, and such feelings are what make us best as... Read More

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