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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

German Calendar

by Peter Dabbene

In the inspiring graphic novel "German Calendar", Olivia leaves her small Nigerian village to attend a boarding school in Lagos. She has high expectations that are based most on children’s novels, but she’s disabused of those... Read More

Book Review

The Salmon Way

by Matt Sutherland

The noble Pacific salmon—born in freshwater, coming of age in the ocean, back to streams and rivers to spawn and die—is so integral to the Alaskan psyche as to be family. In the broad expanses of our forty-ninth state, the return of... Read More

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Come the Tide

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Nimble and effusive, the tales of Sam Reese’s "Come the Tide" are an aesthete’s paradise, moving from haunting snapshots toward often amorphous conclusions. There are bronzed commas of bodies, vines climbing walls like elaborate... Read More

Book Review

Prep

by Rachel Jagareski

It’s not difficult to slip into the trap of eating out way too often when you’re first living on your own, especially given the allure of pub grub and takeout. As a dietician and the mother of three teenagers, Katie Morford offers a... Read More

Book Review

Out in Time

by Jeff Fleischer

The experience of living as an out LGBTQ+ American has changed a lot in a short amount of time, leading to significant generational differences. Perry N. Halkitis explores those differences in "Out in Time", interviewing men from three... Read More

Book Review

King of Joy

by Claire Foster

Richard Chiem’s "King of Joy" traces an abandoned girl’s tragic trajectory from unloved teenager to abandoned bride to snuff porn queen. This experimental literary novel is the right amount of both dreamy and dark. Corvus, limp and... Read More

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