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Reviews of Books with 98 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 98 pages.

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Vic City Express

by Meagan Logsdon

"Vic City Express" tackles the migrant crisis in Greece with an unusual perspective. A traveler to Athens endures a racially charged diatribe from a fellow train passenger who decries the influx of foreigners in Vic City, the working... Read More

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House Is an Enigma

by Matt Sutherland

Gritty, raw, liberated, and twisted into lines of beauty, Emma Bolden’s melancholic realizations mostly relate to her body and her hysterectomy. With multiple collections and an assortment of works in publication, it is no surprise... Read More

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A Wolf among the Sheep

by Benjamin Welton

This is no ordinary lycanthrope tale, but is instead driven by a highly empathetic beast. Something very weird is happening in the sleepy town of Grand, Oklahoma. A string of animal attacks occurring on full-moon nights starts a rumor... Read More

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Deir Al Lauz

by Paige Van De Winkle

This beautiful allegorical novel highlights the heartrending issues of Palestinians and refugees with a magical style. "Deir Al Lauz", written by Lama Sakhnini and translated by Sabrina Sakhnini, is a harrowing and stylish novel that... Read More

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I've Never Done This Before

by Patty Comeau

This collection is a modern, feminist meditation on relationships. Claire Rudy Foster ruminates on the harried and complicated identities of men and women in a contemporary American hegemonic context, in her short-story collection I’ve... Read More

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First Bites

by Robin Farrell Edmunds

American history is presented in fun, bite-size morsels in this entertaining book. In First Bites: Tidbits of American History for the Young and Young at Heart, former elementary school librarian Dixie Moss brings America’s past to... Read More

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