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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

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

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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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The Eclipse Dancer

by Laura Leavitt

"The Eclipse Dancer" is a resonant literary fantasy in which distinct cultures clash and supernatural possibilities are ever-present. A dreamy, mournful fantasy, Laura Koerber’s "The Eclipse Dancer" inspires thoughts of other possible... Read More

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Selectively Lawless

by Michelle Anne Schingler

"Selectively Lawless" is a rollicking biography of a boundary-testing man. Bombastic and good-natured, Asa Dunnington’s biography of his hell-raising uncle Emmett Long, "Selectively Lawless", reads like an Old West tall tale that you... Read More

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Go Ahead in the Rain

by Peter Dabbene

Hanif Abdurraqib views the legacy of a classic and respected rap group through a distinctly personal lens in Go Ahead in the Rain: Notes to A Tribe Called Quest. As the subtitle might imply, Abdurraqib’s book doesn’t attempt an... Read More

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