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Reviews of Books Priced $22.00

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $22.00.

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The Carrying

by Matt Sutherland

The vein of greatness that pulses through the work of Ada Limón is remarkably subtle, in the same way that beauty in a human isn’t a rote assemblage of chiseled noses, high cheekbones, and full lips. Her extraordinary poems act the... Read More

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Invitation to Retreat

by Melissa Wuske

Ruth Haley Barton’s refreshing "Invitation to Retreat" gives guidance to Christians longing for more time with God. Modern life is harried, to say the least. Yet people resist taking advantage of retreats because of misconceptions... Read More

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Inside the World

by Philip J. Kowalski

By turns quirky, touching, amusing, and sad, Inside the World: As Al Lehman is an intellectual achievement that rivals some of the best literary fiction of the last half century. Marvin Cohen’s biography of the fictional Al Lehman,... Read More

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The Nothing

by Katie Asher

Hanif Kureishi’s "The Nothing" is a darkly humorous and slightly pornographic story about three extremely self-centered individuals entrenched in an odd, triangular affair. A retired and terminally ill filmmaker, Waldo, has suspicions... Read More

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The End We Start From

by Michelle Anne Schingler

In Hunter’s poetic post-apocalyptic novel, meditations on what has been lost are heartrending in their clarity. Poetic and succinct, Megan Hunter’s "The End We Start From" is an etiological exercise for a climate-changed world—a... Read More

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The Order

by Edward Renehan

"The Order" offers an engaging and original story that is well conceived and artfully rendered. Lynn Chase’s "The Order" is an ambitious and complex Christian thriller. The plot involves the archangel Gabriel and numerous other members... Read More

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Weather to Fly

by Gary Presley

Spiritual quests in the sky tie together the stories in LeGras’s emotionally powerful collection. Christopher LeGras debuts with "Weather to Fly", a story collection that can be read as a novel. The narrative constant is a love of... Read More

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