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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

Blonde Rattlesnake

by Meg Nola

Julia Bricklin’s "Blonde Rattlesnake" is the true crime account of the 1933 spree of robberies and assaults committed by Tom White and his wife, Burmah. The couple terrorized the Los Angeles area for eight weeks, springing out of... Read More

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Mage on the Hill

by Erika Harlitz Kern

Outcasts with magical abilities find love and friendship in Angel Martinez’s "Mage on the Hill". Toby Jones’s inability to control his magical powers is killing him. Desperate for help, he turns to the magical guild of Montchanin,... Read More

Book Review

Flannelwood

by Rebecca Hussey

Raymond Luczak’s novel "Flannelwood" is a subtle, sexy exploration of love gained and lost—and a moving literary tribute to Djuna Barnes and her groundbreaking novel Nightwood. Bill, a forty-year-old MFA who’s getting by with a... Read More

Book Review

Chronic Blessings

by Edith Wairimu

"Chronic Blessings" is an enlightening memoir about chronic illness and persistence. An uplifting memoir about living with postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome, Cristy Maddox’s "Chronic Blessings" is an inspiring, faith-driven... Read More

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All the Fierce Tethers

by Monica Carter

“Metaphors get compromised. Get eroded and need updating. Rerouting. Reconstituting,” writes Lia Purpura. This is just one of the luminous themes mined in her glittering new essay collection "All the Fierce Tethers". In prose that is... Read More

Book Review

The Oasis This Time

by Barry Silverstein

Rebecca Lawton’s powerful and poetic "The Oasis This Time" celebrates water as a precious natural resource. Though its essays focus primarily on water in the western US, the book also explores humanity’s complex relationship with... Read More

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