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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

Red Is My Heart

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Antoine Laurain’s experimental novel "Red Is My Heart" is an artful articulation of the discombobulation that follows when a relationship is severed without warning. Written as letters sent into the ether, to a party who does not wish... Read More

Book Review

The Distortions

by Kristen Rabe

Christopher Linforth’s chiseled, captivating stories follow scarred, haunted people who are struggling to heal from the Yugoslav Wars. In “The Little Girls,” a father visits the crater where his daughter was killed by a landmine,... Read More

Book Review

Profaning Paul

by Kristen Rabe

Cavan W. Concannon’s "Profaning Paul" is likely the first work of biblical criticism that begins in an outhouse and ends in a garbage heap. Its references to waste offer laugh-out-loud moments throughout its provocative work, which... Read More

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A Hot Mess

by Karen Rigby

Jeff Fleischer’s "A Hot Mess" is a substantial, science-based guide that explains climate change through history, its deniers, and the current evidence, all in a candid, accessible format that invites young people to take action. With... Read More

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Winterland

by Sarah White

"Winterland" is full of design advice for gardeners, meant to inspire them even beyond the growing season. Gardeners in northern climates know that the joy of summer represents a fraction of the year; accordingly, thought should be given... Read More

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All the Colors of Life

by Michelle Anne Schingler

This gorgeous illustrated book sings to every adult’s inner child. It pairs dreamlike art with trilling reminiscences of childhood joys and growing pains, painted in the vibrant colors of the wide, wild world. A girl settles on a stack... Read More

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