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Reviews of Books Priced $29.99

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $29.99.

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Cutting Edge

by Peter Dabbene

Adventurers on a quest end up battling for the safety of the world in the graphic novel "Cutting Edge". A diverse group of super-skilled humans is gathered together by a group calling itself Leviathan, which sets a challenge before them.... Read More

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Celestia

by Peter Dabbene

A pair of telepaths fight for their lives, and the future, in the surreal, poetic science fiction world of the graphic novel "Celestia". Celestia is an island that once served as refuge from a great invasion. Now, it’s inhabited by... Read More

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Paradise, WV

by Claire Foster

In the layered thriller "Paradise, WV", a rural town suffers from the “municipal leprosy” of the stigmatized opioid epidemic. A string of grisly murders links the misery of the town’s present to its gory past—and to a convicted... Read More

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Cyberjutsu

by Joseph S. Pete

"Cyberjutsu" is an educational technology guide that draws a link between the practices of ninjas and modern cyber security practices. Ben McCarty’s "Cyberjutsu" is practical as it explains the basics of contemporary cyber security via... Read More

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Birth of the Anima

by Michelle Anne Schingler

In Kelsey K. Sather’s powerful epic fantasy novel "Birth of the Anima", generations of women fight to restore the planet to her natural balance. More than two thousand years ago, Avni, the fifth Anima, helped to save her people from... Read More

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Evie and the Bushfire

by Kristine Morris

"Evie and the Bushfire" is a picture book about understanding and dealing with the Australian Black Summer fires. Becky Westbrook’s comforting picture book, "Evie and the Bushfire", addresses Australia’s devastating recent fires with... Read More

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Accidental Gardens

by Peter Dabbene

"Accidental Gardens" is a rich essay collection that imparts the inherent value of writing poems and essays, which can be both impactful and fun. Inspired by the Japanese writing form haibun, the forty-two essays in Rob Carney’s... Read More

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