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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

Besharam

by Meredith Grahl Counts

Feminist lawyer Priya-Alika Elias’s excellent essay collection "Besharam" explores modern womanhood in two nations. Elias grew up in India, came to the US for college and law school, and returned to India. Her strong, engaging voice... Read More

Book Review

Modern Americana

by Rebecca Foster

“Someone said that interior design is autobiography. For me, it’s nostalgia,” Max Humphrey notes in the opening to "Modern Americana", a photographic tour through properties that the Portland, Oregon, designer has designed. These... Read More

Book Review

The Forager's Pantry

by Rachel Jagareski

Ellen Zachos is out to convert audiences with Forager’s Pantry, an inviting, easy-to-follow guide to tasty, wild plant ingredients that grow all around us, waiting to be harvested and eaten. Glowing photographs and simple yet alluring... Read More

Book Review

Body Positive

by Karen Rigby

Emily Lauren Dick’s radiant handbook "Body Positive" celebrates a wide definition of beauty through photographs, intriguing journal prompts, and an overview of common issues that women face. Focused on the “normal girl who has felt... Read More

Book Review

Play

by Rachel Jagareski

British filmmaker, photographer, and magazine founder Rankin opens his vast archives to reflect on some of the best musician portraits from his three-decade career. "Play" is the operative word here: musicians play music, and play with... Read More

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