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Reviews of Books with 192 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 192 pages.

Book Review

Into the Wind

by Hilary Daninhirsch

"Into the Wind" is a poignant novel about an unexpected, enriching friendship between a young boy and an elderly woman. Rusty lives with his family in a New England coastal town. During the summer before he enters sixth grade, he is in... Read More

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High-Vibe Feng Shui

by Meg Nola

Ashley Cantley’s "High-Vibe Feng Shui" reworks the traditional Chinese philosophy of design and natural harmony, making it more accessible and less intimidating. Cantley is a certified Feng Shui professional with experience as a design... Read More

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Vegan with Bite

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

Direct, brash, and ribald, Australian chef Shannon Martinez is food’s punk rock aunt, unfussy and enviably hip. Her latest cookbook, Vegan With Bite, is a discursive, personal romp that emphasizes food for “eaties,” not... Read More

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The Nature of Desert Nature

by Kristine Morris

Some consider deserts vast expanses of barren wasteland; a politician once called them “kitty litter.” If anything can transform such opinions toward respect and appreciation, this multicultural collection of essays by desert-loving... Read More

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The Prime Network

by John M. Murray

In the technothriller "The Prime Network", a brilliant scientist takes on questions of free will and the interconnectedness of reality. In Gerard G. Nahum’s contemplative thriller "The Prime Network", a man discovers the secrets of the... Read More

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