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Reviews of Books with 160 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 160 pages.

Book Review

Egyptian Flavors

by Rebecca Foster

From dips to desserts, Dyna Eldaief’s "Egyptian Flavors" is a fond tribute to her homeland’s culinary customs. Eldaief finds that “cooking food that is part of my heritage is like looking through a portal to the past.” For her... Read More

Book Review

Igifu

by Eileen Gonzalez

In the short stories of Scholastique Mukasonga’s "Igifu", exiled Tutsis struggle to survive and thrive in the aftermath of the Rwandan revolution. Tutsis, Rwanda’s long-oppressed ethnic group, have often suffered harassment,... Read More

Book Review

Spellbound

by Peter Dabbene

A fictional alter ego channels a true-life account in Bishakh Som’s Spellbound: A Graphic Memoir. Anjali, a former New York architect, serves as a visual substitute for Bishakh Som. Her history and personality also mirror Som’s—for... Read More

Book Review

Believing Is Seeing

by Laura Leavitt

"Believing Is Seeing" is a concise scientific work concerned with human visual perception. Michael W. Levine’s "Believing Is Seeing" is an accessible overview of the many ways that human eyes differentiate the light and stimuli they... Read More

Book Review

The Bitch

by Rebecca Hussey

In Pilar Quintana’s engrossing novel "The Bitch", a woman’s search for companionship leads her to an orphaned puppy. Damaris and her husband, Rogelio, have an uneasy, distant relationship. They live in a shack on a bluff near the... Read More

Book Review

Mansour's Eyes

by Laura Leavitt

Ryad Girod’s haunting novel, Mansour’s Eyes, is threaded with Middle Eastern cultural and geopolitical sagas. Hussein was an anguished observer on the day his friend, Mansour, was led through the streets and decapitated in the main... Read More

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