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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

Cutting Edge

by Peter Dabbene

Adventurers on a quest end up battling for the safety of the world in the graphic novel "Cutting Edge". A diverse group of super-skilled humans is gathered together by a group calling itself Leviathan, which sets a challenge before them.... Read More

Book Review

Yoke

by Kristine Morris

Jessamyn Stanley is acclaimed for Every Body Yoga, which opened the practice to people of all shapes and sizes; her memoir, "Yoke", is intimate in recording how she discovered her true self. Tough yet sensitive to raw places in the soul,... Read More

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

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