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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

The Silk Roads

by Matt Sutherland

To be ten in America is to be mystified—the world is so complicated, tension-filled, callous, and distressing that the allure of a virtual life on a screen is nearly impossible to resist. What can we do for that child? What tools can... Read More

Book Review

Iceland

by Kristine Morris

From the wild dance of the Aurora Borealis to the vivid greens of hillside mosses to the jewel tones of the long summer twilight, those who think of Iceland as a drab, colorless place will be surprised by photographer Tony Sweet’s... Read More

Book Review

Cellies

by Peter Dabbene

A decidedly non-superhero “team book,” "Cellies" is the fun and briskly paced story of six employees of a mobile phone retail store. Led by their gung-ho but slightly dim manager, Christian, the Jog Mobile crew attempt to manage... Read More

Book Review

Designer Knit Home

by Sarah White

Knitting with giant yarn and fiber has been popular for years, but fat fibers can be quite expensive and difficult to care for. Knit and crochet designer Erin Black wants to make big projects more accessible and usable in the home, so... Read More

Book Review

Space Heart

by Aimee Jodoin

Poetically composed vignettes form Linda Buckmaster’s brilliant memoir "Space Heart", which explores how cutting-edge technology and family life juxtapose in American culture. Buckmaster eloquently processes the difficulties she’s... Read More

Book Review

Eric Wert

by Matt Sutherland

Artists lean toward the eccentric, it’s true—each artist in their own way. When asked about his early decision to exclusively paint still lifes of flowers and fruit, Eric Wert had this to say: “Because I’m not very social, and... Read More

Book Review

Onibi

by Peter Dabbene

Onibi: Diary of a Yokai Ghost Hunter follows two young people who travel through Japan searching for Yokai—ghosts or supernatural creatures. A graphic novel that defies easy categorization, the story draws heavily from the real-life... Read More

Book Review

Flyover Country

by Matt Sutherland

Inspired by his childhood on a dairy farm in Illinois, tales of rural life lead the way in this Austin Smith collection focused on family, violence, and memories. Smith left the Midwest to live in California, where he teaches at... Read More

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