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Reviews of Books with 128 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 128 pages.

Book Review

Adler

by Peter Dabbene

A cast of famous fictional and real-life characters navigates a high-stakes, Victorian-era adventure in the exciting graphic novel "Adler". Irene Adler, first introduced in Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes stories, takes the lead... Read More

Book Review

The Salt Fields

by Karen Rigby

In Stacy D. Flood’s brooding historical novel "The Salt Fields", a Black man migrates from the South and journeys inward toward reconciliation. In 1947, Minister boards the Dawn Lightning to flee the Carolinas, where his ancestors were... Read More

Book Review

Rice

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Southern culinary historian and chef Michael W. Twitty’s "Rice" celebrates a global and Southern staple with recipes rooted in tradition and tweaked to meet the times. Rice, Twitty notes, “changes outfits well to suit the party.”... Read More

Book Review

Pretty Punch Needle

by Sarah White

Andie Solar’s "Pretty Punch Needle" equips its audience to perform its fun and easy craft by introducing beginning techniques––and thirteen projects that don’t look like the work of beginners. Solar describes punch needle work in... Read More

Book Review

Pottering

by Melissa Wuske

Anna McGovern’s body, mind, and spirit book "Pottering" is an antidote to the ills of modern living. While many books offer trendy cures to the bustle and stress of modern life that involve going to far-off places or making drastic... Read More

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Kusama

by Peter Dabbene

Elisa Macellari’s graphic biography "Kusama" concentrates on the life and work of artist Yayoi Kusama. The book follows a natural arc, moving from Kusama’s childhood in Japan, and her first interest in art, to her years of growing... Read More

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