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Reviews of Books with 196 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 196 pages.

Book Review

Call Me Mary

by Delia Stanley

"Call Me Mary" is an eye-opening novel whose self-proclaimed sex addict lead is refreshingly candid. In Evelyn Cole’s emotional and dramatic novel "Call Me Mary", a woman looks for love in a world of lust. Mary Lou is an independent... Read More

Book Review

Down Along the Piney

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

The men in John Mort’s collection, "Down Along the Piney", are bent on doing, working through it, and putting up with it, with all the hard words and hard ways that characterize hardscrabble life in the Ozarks. These stories, stark and... Read More

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Galahad's Fool

by Karen Rigby

Conrad Bishop and Elizabeth Fuller reimagine the search for the grail in Galahad’s Fool, an experimental, labyrinthine work that highlights the all-consuming nature of art. Drawing from decades of experience behind and on the stage,... Read More

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The Poet

by Paige Van De Winkle

This distinctive action novel offers an absorbing story of love and hope in a cynical and violent world. Stephanie Harris’s sexy and suspenseful "The Poet" is a genre triumph, with unrelenting action, intriguing characters, and... Read More

Book Review

Old Rendering Plant

by Monica Carter

Slim, feverish, and grim, the novella eulogizes the darkness of Germany’s history. How well do you know your neighborhood? The earth beneath you? These two questions lead to the cultivated, dream-state prose of Wolfgang Hilbig’s "Old... Read More

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Nothing Left Behind

by Matt Sutherland

Burning Man, festival beyond words in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert, attracts 70,000 utopians for a weeklong experiment in barter, selfless giving, artistic self-expression, and unchecked revelry. But don’t get the wrong idea. The event... Read More

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