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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

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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Cigar Box Lithographs

by Susan Waggoner

Fully illustrated and packed with interesting details that shed light on the vanished Gilded Age, "Cigar Box Lithographs" is a delight at every turn. Charles J. Humber’s "Cigar Box Lithographs" is a highly entertaining illustrated book... Read More

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The Miracle Club

by Kristine Morris

In the late nineteenth century, a small group of esoteric seekers calling themselves The Miracle Club explored principles and techniques to affect reality through thought. Mitch Horowitz, a writer on alternative spirituality and a New... Read More

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Quantum Convention

by Susan Waggoner

Ready for the next new thing in fiction? You’ll find it in "Quantum Convention", wherein eight richly imagined, humanity-affirming tales lay new turf for short stories. The settings embrace everything from a world in which an eons-old... Read More

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