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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

Sakepedia

by Matt Sutherland

It is easy to forget that as recently as twenty-five years ago, America’s drinking habits were anything but crafty and adventurous. We were a Bud country, we liked our cocktails old-school, and the little wine we drank was of the Gallo... Read More

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Hermanas

by Meagan Logsdon

In "Hermanas", Natalia Kohn, Noemi Vega Quiñones, and Kristy Garza Robinson construct a lighthouse with love, built on the examples of biblical women as well as each author’s personal experiences, to draw their Christian Latina... Read More

Book Review

Thirst

by Kristine Morris

California was in the death grip of a drought when endurance athlete Heather “Anish” Anderson set out to hike the 2,600-mile Pacific Crest Trail faster than any other hiker ever had. To do so, she would have to walk at least forty... Read More

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Tonic and Balm

by Linda Thorlakson

Decades after twentieth-century pharmaceuticals, urbanization, and television put traveling medicine shows out of business, Stephanie Allen’s "Tonic and Balm" resurrects one worthy of giving prescription drugs, industrialization, and... Read More

Book Review

Wanderer

by Daniel Schindel

Patterned after the music of Schubert and described as a winterreise (German for “winter journey”), Sarah Léon’s "Wanderer" is a story all about unspoken feelings. Constructed around the relationship between two characters, the... Read More

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Saving Nova

by John M. Murray

"Saving Nova" is a character-driven science-fiction adventure. Luis Martinez’s engaging postapocalyptic novel "Saving Nova" kickstarts a new series with fascinating characters. Over a century after a nuclear war all but wiped out... Read More

Book Review

The Book of Rumi

by Karen Rigby

Maryam Mafi’s luminous translation brings the Persian poet Rumi’s distinctive and timeless Sufi lessons to a new audience, transforming the original verses into prose that conveys the vibrancy of the medieval setting while also... Read More

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