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Reviews of Books with 208 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 208 pages.

Book Review

Wild Spectacle

by Carolina Ciucci

Janisse Ray’s memoir in essays, "Wild Spectacle", centers the role of the wilderness in her life. Throughout the years, Ray has turned to nature in the pursuit of self-discovery, clarity, and adventure. These essays focus on her... Read More

Book Review

Urban Disturbances

by Peter Dabbene

Inventive scenarios make the short stories collected in "Urban Disturbances" disturbing, disarming, and worthwhile. Bruce McDougall probes the undersides of city and suburban life in his short story collection "Urban Disturbances". These... Read More

Book Review

The Bushman's Lair

by Claire Foster

Paul McKendrick’s The Bushman’s Lair is the thrilling true crime account of John Bjornstrom, a reclusive thief who lived in a beach cave off of British Columbia’s Shuswap Lake. It also functions as a speculative biography of the... Read More

Book Review

Astronomical

by Rebecca Foster

When seeking to understand how the universe works, “we have to let go of instincts, intuitions and simple explanations,” science teacher Tim James writes. In "Astronomical", he revels in the oddness of planetary behavior and quantum... Read More

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