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Reviews of Books Priced $35.99

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $35.99.

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by Michele Sharpe

"Sonnish" is a musing novel in which a genealogical search is used to show how knowledge increases empathy. Mary Capper’s mystical historical novel "Sonnish" represents a compassionate search for a family’s roots. Dozing near a... Read More

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The Bomb Maker's Apprentice

by Aimee Jodoin

The Bomb Maker’s Apprentice is a high octane thriller that follows a man who’s trying to avenge his brother. Robert Sandilands’s thriller The Bomb Maker’s Apprentice dramatizes a disturbing criminal organization. When Richard’s... Read More

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by Aimee Jodoin

In the ambitious dystopian novel "Lifezones", three citizens on a desert planet seek freedom from oppression. P. B. Molinar’s science fiction novel "Lifezones" follows three separate missions to subvert a dystopian regime. The people... Read More

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The Secrets We Hold

by Michelle Anne Schingler

The young adult novel "The Secrets We Hold" rides emotional highs as two outwardly mismatched teenagers try to grow past their mistakes. A transfer student faces intense bullying in Keira Forde’s cinematic young adult novel "The... Read More

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by Edith Wairimu

In the heartfelt novel "P.U.S.H.", a Christian woman recovers from injury, loss, and the failure of her business, exemplifying resilience and faith. Based on a true story, Sahara Stafford’s encouraging Christian novel about recovery,... Read More

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Cherry Blossoms

by Karen Rigby

Somewhere in between destiny and chance, a man who has bitterly withdrawn from the world receives an invitation to rejoin it in Kim Hooper’s "Cherry Blossoms". Thirty-four-year-old sardonic Jonathan Krause plans to commit suicide after... Read More

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The New Diaspora

by Jeff Fleischer

These stories, all rich in both character and detail, don’t conform to a set genre or approach, letting their Jewish themes link narratives that have rich differences. "The New Diaspora" is an ambitious project, bringing together... Read More