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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

Big Familia

by Rebecca Hussey

In Tomas Moniz’s bighearted novel "Big Familia", a man comes to terms with changes in his family, his neighborhood, and himself. Juan Gutiérrez lives with his daughter, Stella, in a gentrifying neighborhood in Berkeley. Stella is... Read More

Book Review

Isolde

by Meagan Logsdon

In the wake of the Bolshevik Revolution, many Russians fled the country and ensconced themselves in interwar Europe. Irina Odoevtseva’s novel "Isolde" speaks to the sense of alienation that many young Russians felt as they waited,... Read More

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Rain and Embers

by Joseph S. Pete

The moving poems collected in "Rain and Embers" focus on displacement and the search for one’s place in the world. Iraqi refugee-turned-American citizen Ali Nuri’s lyrical poetry collection "Rain and Embers" focuses on his quest for... Read More

Book Review

Exquisite Mariposa

by Rebecca Hussey

Fiona Alison Duncan’s "Exquisite Mariposa" is a funny, thought-provoking novel that levels pointed critiques at gender and class inequality and captures what it’s like to be a young person today. The novel’s narrator—a woman in... Read More

Book Review

This Land Is Our Land

by Barry Silverstein

Jedediah Purdy’s reflective essay collection "This Land Is Our Land" highlights the struggle Americans face when it comes to caring for the land and the environment. Purdy observes that “Land is perennially the thing we share that... Read More

Book Review

Cosmic Crystals

by Kristine Morris

When she was twenty-nine, a total hysterectomy left Ashley Leavy feeling bereft, grieving, and needing the comfort of feminine energy. Bringing together her love of crystals and of the moon, she created a spiritual practice that fostered... Read More

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