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Reviews of Books Priced $5.99

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $5.99.

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Odyssey of the Chosen

by Katie Asher

"Odyssey of the Chosen" is an engaging, multilayered, and wildly creative family saga that takes on the battle between good and evil. H. S. Theodore’s imaginative adventure "Odyssey of the Chosen" follows an unsuspecting family into... Read More

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Congazori

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

"Congazori" is an entertaining and informative glimpse of how families and communities can work together to solve relevant issues through considerate, nonviolent means. A peaceful tribal community is threatened when trucks and machines... Read More

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Amani the Boda-Boda Rider

by Kristine Morris

Amani the Boda-Boda Rider is a charming book with powerful messages for both children and adults. Paul Sutherland’s illustrated children’s book, "Amani the Boda-Boda Rider", is the lively story of a young Ugandan Muslim girl whose... Read More

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Black Book of Poems

by Robert Foreman

Hunanyan’s is a collection of straightforward poems with threads of religiosity. Vincent K. Hunanyan’s "Black Book of Poems" covers topics of love, devotion, family challenges, and loss, all in a brief space. The collection is... Read More

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Glad You're Not Me

by Scott Neuffer

This provocative new work from a writer who revels in exploring the darker sides of the mind creates an unforgettable experience. In his latest work, Glad You’re Not Me, controversial writer Jonathan Harnisch follows his most primal... Read More

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The Brutal Truth

by Scott Neuffer

With electric prose, Harnisch makes a strong case for the rights and dignity of the mentally ill. No one grasps the human mind quite like indie writer and artist Jonathan Harnisch. In his new collection of essays, "The Brutal Truth", he... Read More

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