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Reviews of Books with 168 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 168 pages.

Book Review

Plain

by Meg Nola

In "Plain", Mary Alice Hostetter chronicles her formative years within a Mennonite family and her later quest for personal independence. In Pennsylvania, Hostetter and her siblings worked on her parents’ farm. She also helped with... Read More

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Now and Then

by Amy O'Loughlin

Made up of four profound pieces, this literary collection reimagines identity beyond one’s nation-state; it observes the discordance of the diaspora. Salah el Moncef’s literary collection "Now and Then" includes elements of social... Read More

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Turning

by Kristine Morris

Marked by gratitude, "Turning" is a personalized self-help text that encourages people to envision more for their third acts. Part memoir and part self-help work, geriatric nurse Becky Blue’s "Turning" concerns the culture of aging and... Read More

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The Devil's Highway

by Rebecca Foster

The Devil’s Highway combines Joan Myers’s photographs with a gritty short story by William deBuys to evoke the sweeping, inhospitable open road. Constructed in 1926, US Route 191, formerly known as Route 666 and nicknamed “The... Read More

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Jazz Age Cocktails

by Rachel Jagareski

"Jazz Age Cocktails" is a vivacious, accessible history of drinking and popular culture during Prohibition era America. Cecelia Tichi writes with enthusiasm and authority about this heady time, and her work is as easy to savor as a... Read More

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