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Reviews of Books Priced $14.99

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $14.99.

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You Look Something

by Danielle Ballantyne

Questions of body image, sexuality, family, and racial identity are raised in Jessica Mehta’s novel "You Look Something". When Julia moves from a small community college to a university in Portland, she immerses herself in every... Read More

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Emberhawk

by John M. Murray

In Jamie Foley’s "Emberhawk", a young woman escapes into enemy territory, hoping to save her people; there, she faces the prices of pride and of faith in an unstable deity. Driven by unceasing drought and her mother’s untreatable... Read More

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Better Off Bald

by Ashley Holstrom

"Better Off Bald" is a realistic memoir about being a caretaker for a loved one with cancer, one that reveals all of the vulnerability that was hidden for the patient’s sake. Andrea Wilson Woods’s heartbreaking memoir "Better Off... Read More

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Ceremonials

by Karen Rigby

Gloom and grief coalesce in Katharine Coldiron’s delicate "Ceremonials", a poetic love story between classmates that erases the line between the living and the dead. Inspired by Florence + the Machine’s album of the same name, this... Read More

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Dreamland

by Meg Nola

In Nancy Bilyeau’s "Dreamland", the staid, guarded world of New York’s upper class is invigorated by Coney Island’s seaside air and spectacle. Set in 1911, "Dreamland"‘s bright, witty heroine is twenty-year-old heiress Peggy... Read More

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Sea of Stars

by Peter Dabbene

The tender tale of a father looking for his lost son is cast across an imaginative cosmic canvas in Sea of Stars Volume 1. Without anyone to watch his young son Kadyn, recently widowed space trucker Gil is forced to bring his boy on a... Read More

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The Little Palace

by Rachel Jagareski

Narcisse is the virtuoso black cat chef at Le Minipalais and the central figure in Jeffrey Erlacher’s delightful middle grade novel, "The Little Palace". Animals and humans work together at the Paris restaurant, an oasis of food, art,... Read More

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