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Reviews of Books Priced $26.00

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $26.00.

Book Review

North

by Meg Nola

Brad Kessler’s compelling and compassionate novel "North" follows Sahro, a young Somali woman who’s forced to flee to Canada to avoid deportation from the US. Detoured by a snowstorm, she becomes the troubled secret guest of a small... Read More

Book Review

The Skinny

by Jeff Fleischer

Jonathan Wells was small as a child—short, but also quite thin. That trait, the way others reacted to it, and its nonconformity with perceived male norms led to a painful chain reaction of events that Wells captures in his excellent... Read More

Book Review

Image Control

by Claire Foster

If a picture is worth a thousand words, what’s the exchange rate for social media selfies? Patrick Nathan’s provocative, sometimes jarring book "Image Control" explores the destabilization of relationships that results when... Read More

Book Review

Tante Eva

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Paula Bomer’s stark historical novel is set among the detritus left behind when the Berlin Wall fell. After World War II, Eva and her husband, Hugo, made the natural choice to live in the GDR, reasoning that communists saved him from... Read More

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Lost in Summerland

by Peter Dabbene

Barrett Swanson’s eloquent book "Lost in Summerland" combines personal essays, journalism, and travelogues into a memorable collection. The book opens with “Notes from a Last Man,” which at first seems to be an essay about spending... Read More

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