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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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The Hope Fault

by Jeremiah Rood

Tracy Farr’s carefully crafted literary novel "The Hope Fault" explores what family means when it’s placed beside the weight of history. The story is set in the fictitious Australian town of Cassetown, Geologue Bay, where Iris and... Read More

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by Katie Asher

Kim Sagwa’s psychological and observant "Mina" follows two young women trying to navigate their society. Introverted, passive, and introspective, Mina mourns a childhood friend who committed suicide in the best way she knows how: by... Read More

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Madame Victoria

by Susan Waggoner

"Madame Victoria" is an imaginative, haunting, and insightful examination of the lives of women. Shortly after the millennium, a skeleton is discovered on the grounds of Montreal’s Royal Victoria Hospital. It is identified as having... Read More

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Learning to Die

by Barry Silverstein

This short book, comprised of a lecture by Robert Bringhurst and an essay by Jan Zwicky, addresses the finite limitations of humanity in a scholarly fashion. Bringhurst begins with an impassioned discussion of the meaning of the wild,... Read More

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by Peter Dabbene

In "DeadEndia", author and animator Hamish Steele introduces the bizarre, fun, and dangerous world of the PollyWood Theme Park—specifically, the scare ride–slash–supernatural portal called Dead End. Steele has been publishing... Read More

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