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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

Rain

by Linda Thorlakson

Mia Couto’s Rain and Other Stories is reminiscent of centuries-old legends told and retold from one generation to the next. They read like stories designed to preserve a culture’s history, traditions, and way of life. These stories,... Read More

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Poems and Other Nonsense

by Joseph S. Pete

With lines that trip across a life well examined, "Poems and Other Nonsense" is a humorous and heartfelt collection. Dexter Satterwhite’s poetry collection "Poems and Other Nonsense" is alternately funny and wise with its verses about... Read More

Book Review

Backlash

by Laura Leavitt

Searing, honest, and unflagging in its pursuit of understanding, George Yancy’s "Backlash" holds a mirror up to angry commenters and white liberals alike, forcing a reckoning with shared complicity in racism. Yancy’s now-famous 2015... Read More

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My Pen Pal Ien

by A. J. O'Connell

"My Pen Pal Ien" is a clever book, part science fiction and part humor. Glynn Green’s science fiction novella "My Pen Pal Ien" explores the nature of time and destiny through the tradition of childhood pen pals. Dyrain is a... Read More

Book Review

The Solo Travel Handbook

by Kristine Morris

Are you a good prospect for solo travel, or does the idea of finding yourself alone in a foreign place figure in your worst nightmares? According to the folks at Lonely Planet, solo travel is the “ultimate indulgence,” allowing you... Read More

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