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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

Wretchedness

by Monica Carter

Vertiginous and gritty, Andrzej Tichý’s novel "Wretchedness" depicts the seamier side of Europe’s society. Cody is a cellist for an avant-garde ensemble, and Tichý’s narrative weaves in and out of his drug-infused past. While... Read More

Book Review

Bigger, Better, Braver

by Melissa Wuske

Motivational and hopeful, Nancy Pickard’s Bigger Better Braver is a self-help book for those who think that it’s too late to change. People don’t intend to live unfulfilling lives, Pickard knows, but so many do. Hemmed in by fear,... Read More

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

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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

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