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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

Midcentury Cocktails

by Jeana Jorgensen

Cecelia Tichi’s "Midcentury Cocktails" blends history, literature, and cultural critiques to address trends in alcohol and entertainment in the 1950s and 1960s. Despite what jokes about Baby Boomers suggest, the 1950s and 1960s were... Read More

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60-Second Cocktails

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Get ready to wow your guests with classic cocktails and contemporary innovations, all shaken, stirred, or otherwise concocted in around a minute, thanks to Joel Harrison and Neil Ridley’s upbeat guide "60-Second Cocktails". Harrison... Read More

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Kibogo

by Eileen Gonzalez

Two outcasts from a troubled Rwandan village try to save their country in Scholastique Mukasonga’s novel "Kibogo". In the 1940s and 1950s, Rwanda faced numerous tragedies, including drought, famine, war, and continuing repression by... Read More

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Vision of the Spirit Man

by Shea Aisha Winsett

In the fantastical novel Visions of the Spirit Man, a man hopes to redeem himself from the mistakes of his past. George Mendoza’s fabulistic novel "Vision of the Spirit Man" covers a man’s fever-pitched quest to understand his past... Read More

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Bad Mothers, Bad Daughters

by Karen Mulvahill

Several of the stories in Maya Sonenberg’s collection "Bad Mothers, Bad Daughters" are fairy tales. Although populated with kings and princesses and dragons and giants, these fairy tales also contain a dash of the modern. There’s a... Read More

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The 12-Hour Art Expert

by Jeff Fleischer

Art historian Noah Charney describes himself as “a proponent of making art feel accessible to anyone who is willing to meet it halfway,” and "The 12-Hour Art Expert" accomplishes that mission via an anecdotal, conversational approach... Read More

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