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Reviews of Books Priced $14.95

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $14.95.

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Abracadabra Whoopsie

by Rebecca Monterusso

"Abracadabra Whoopsie" is a magical picture book that teaches siblings to appreciate each other. In Adam Kargman’s picture book "Abracadabra Whoopsie", a struggle between siblings is embellished with magic, and a lesson emerges. Jordy... Read More

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The Last Surviving Dinosaur

by Karen Rigby

"The Last Surviving Dinosaur" is a warm exercise in family lore that highlights the joy of storytelling. Steven Joseph’s picture book The Last Surviving Dinosaur: The TyrantoCrankaTsuris is a playful, alternative creation story that... Read More

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Green Valley

by Danielle Ballantyne

A technological utopia collapses into a prison of nightmares in Louis Greenberg’s science fiction thriller "Green Valley", a breakneck novel that explores what remains of human nature in a world of virtual reality. When society grows... Read More

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The Record Keeper

by Michelle Anne Schingler

In Agnes Gomillion’s gripping science fiction debut, "The Record Keeper", Arika is born in a postwar, resource-ravaged world and is plucked from her community’s nursery for a position of power. Arika may have a warm bed, clean... Read More

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Vintage 1954

by Eric Patterson

What happens when you combine UFOs, a vintage bottle of wine, and time travel? You get Antoine Laurain’s fantasy novel, "Vintage 1954". Four newfound friends—Hubert Larnaudie, a property manager; Julien, a bartender; Magalie, a... Read More

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Zero Bomb

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Even a surveillance state can’t see everything. M. T. Hill’s "Zero Bomb" is set in a near-future England. Industries have been automated for ease, non-Christian religions have been abolished, people are digitally tracked, and many... Read More

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All My Colors

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Someday, Todd Milstead is going to be a great writer. Never mind that he’s in his forties with nothing to indicate this, save the flattery of a local bookseller and the regular gatherings he hosts with other self-proclaimed writers. In... Read More

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