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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

Heaven

by Jaime Herndon

Emerson Whitney’s genre-bending memoir "Heaven" is about gender, family, and memory. It is cerebral in examining social labels and expectations, as well as how selves are constructed and the stories that people tell themselves about... Read More

Book Review

Parable of the Brown Girl

by Claire Foster

Fulfilling the promise that “the last shall be first,” Khristi Lauren Adams’s The Parable of the Brown Girl is a moving call to power for black women and girls. Drawing on biblical stories and Adams’s personal experiences as a... Read More

Book Review

Tell Me, Signora

by Hilary Daninhirsch

Ann Harleman’s "Tell Me, Signora" is about heartbreaking loss, second chances, and resurrecting and righting the past. Kate, an archaeologist who’s still reeling from the death of her husband, is awarded a three-month fellowship in... Read More

Book Review

Adults and Other Children

by Ho Lin

Lies, misconceptions and self-deception are at the heart of Miriam Cohen’s funny, scathing, and touching collection "Adults and Other Children". Following the fortunes of girls as they navigate the perilous road to adulthood, Cohen’s... Read More

Book Review

The Cookie Collection

by Rachel Jagareski

Brian Hart Hoffman’s "The Cookie Collection" includes 128 recipes from the popular Bake from Scratch magazine that are focused on the “humble heroes of the bake sale.” Despite cupcakes muscling their way to the top of baking lists,... Read More

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