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Reviews of Books Priced $15.95

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $15.95.

Book Review

Honey

by Meg Nola

In Brenda Brooks’s "Honey", two friends reunite following nearly a decade of separation, resuming their relationship with a familiar, sisterly closeness that broadens into erotic intensity. When Nicole’s father is killed in an auto... Read More

Book Review

Hull

by Rebecca Foster

Nonbinary poet Xandria Phillips’s poetry collection "Hull" employs the language of dreams and fraught journeys, laying bare the historical and current threats to black and queer bodies. The still-powerful forces of colonialism and... Read More

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The Everything I Have Lost

by Aimee Jodoin

A girl experiences life on both sides of the US-Mexican border in Sylvia Zéleny’s daring middle grade novel "The Everything I Have Lost". Twelve-year-old Julia’s parents have done a thorough job of preserving their daughter’s... Read More

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Blackbird Blues

by Susan Waggoner

The social and religious politics of the 1960s come to life in Jean K. Carney’s perceptive novel. Jean K. Carney’s novel "Blackbird Blues" brings 1960s America into sharp focus, exploring a number of period issues through the stories... Read More

Book Review

Going Home

by Benjamin Welton

"Going Home" is a time-bending thriller that raises questions about connections between modern politics and the political past. Dennis Frank Macek’s political novel "Going Home" blurs the lines between the past and present in order to... Read More

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The Friendship Lie

by Jessie Horness

Cora, her twin brother Kyle, and their friend Sybella have been inseparable since the second grade. As they start fifth grade, though, conflict arises between Cora and Sybella, and their best-friendship seems doomed. Told through the... Read More

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