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Reviews of Books with 200 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 200 pages.

Book Review

The Unbroken

by Edith Wairimu

The firefighter’s memoir "The Unbroken" is about growing from childhood trauma toward a career in public service. Steve Serbic’s centered memoir "The Unbroken" is about confronting a traumatic past while pursuing the dream of... Read More

Book Review

Embodied

by Peter Dabbene

Verse and visuals meet, with spectacular results, in the graphic anthology "Embodied". Poetry is a visual medium, not just an oral one: the placements of words and blank spaces are often intended to appeal to the eye, and they affect the... Read More

Book Review

In the Event of Contact

by Elaine Chiew

Distance, psychological and physical, runs through Ethel Rohan’s short story collection In The Event of Contact. Here, contact, or the lack thereof, signals loss, emptiness, and need. Meanwhile, intimacy is a double-edged sword. In... Read More

Book Review

Radium Girl

by Tanisha Rule

Plain language and straightforward writing make ambiguity the exception instead of the rule in "Radium Girl". In twelve whiplash-fast stories, Sofi Papamarko tackles belonging, grief, delusion, and consent with deftness and unique... Read More

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