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Reviews of Books Priced $21.99

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $21.99.

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Cuttle

by Susan Waggoner

In Chelsea Britain’s contemporary novel "Cuttle", a quirky, scholarly heroine navigates the rocky shoals of academia and the risky shores of adult relationships. After eight years of grad school, analytical, problem-solving Nora is an... Read More

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Friendship

by Jeremiah Rood

"Friendship" is an elegant theological text that emphasizes the importance of friends in developing a spiritual and emotional life. Arguing that the “characteristic activity” of being human is living in friendship with others, Victor... Read More

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Tokyo Traffic

by Benjamin Welton

Taut and terse, this noir novel is executed to perfection. Michael Pronko’s "Tokyo Traffic" is a hard-boiled murder mystery featuring the tough but lovable Detective Hiroshi Shimizu. At the dark novel’s heart is Sukanya, a Bangkok... Read More

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God Will Provide

by Edith Wairimu

Insightful and heartfelt, Len Mac Lellan’s poetry collection reflects upon even difficult moments with inspiring gratitude. Len Mac Lellan’s endearing narrative poetry collection, "God Will Provide", is centered on history, faith,... Read More

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From Fear to Peace

by Edith Wairimu

"From Fear to Peace" is a succinct, organized self-help book concerned with overcoming negative attitudes. Alexia Franklin’s brief, inspiring self-help guide "From Fear to Peace" forwards applicable steps toward overcoming fear, moving... Read More

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Briggsy's Time to Shine

by Susan Waggoner

Briggsy’s Time to Shine is an esteem-building picture book that is amplified by its lively artwork. In Linda McKinley’s illustrated read-aloud tale, Briggsy’s Time to Shine, talking musical instruments deliver a fun and helpful... Read More

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Evie of the Deepthorn

by Claire Foster

Fantasy is an outlet for grief, fear, and transformation in the pop culture-inflected novel "Evie of the Deepthorn" from André Babyn. A single story becomes the emotional outlet for three very different people who are drawn together in... Read More

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