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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

The Widowed Ones

by Jenna Jaureguy

"The Widowed Ones" is a compelling history text focused on women’s experiences following the Battle of the Little Bighorn. Chris Enss’s inspiring history title, "The Widowed Ones", is about seven women who banded together to overcome... Read More

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The Swimmers

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

An observational tragicomedy that follows five days of a holiday weekend, Chloe Lane’s novel "The Swimmers" puts life’s unsparing absurdities on full display as a family tries to execute an illegal, life-terminating request. One year... Read More

Book Review

Power in the Wild

by Rebecca Foster

In "Power in the Wild", animal behaviorist Lee Alan Dugatkin examines the evolution of social behavior, with a focus on struggles for power within animal societies. From ants to cuttlefish to wolves, this entertaining book surveys... Read More

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Saka Saka

by Karen Rigby

In "Saka Saka", Gabonese and French chef Anto Cocagne celebrates sub-Saharan African cuisine. The invigorating recipes, including for Baobab Crème Brûlée and Papaya Gazpacho, spotlight fresh, nourishing staples with creative... Read More

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