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Reviews of Books with 208 Pages

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

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The Goddess Twins

by Aimee Jodoin

Yodassa Williams’s "The Goddess Twins" is an impressive, commanding novel about black girl magic. A few days before their eighteenth birthday, strange things begin to happen to twins Arden and Aurora. Their mother flies to London for a... Read More

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Outside the Lines

by Nancy Powell

In Ameera Patel’s novel "Outside the Lines", narcissism and addiction blur the lines of reality. Drug dealers kidnap Cathleen, but her distracted, middle-class family fails to notice her disappearance. Meanwhile, the family’s... Read More

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A House Is a Body

by Ho Lin

Powered by intense imagery and jolts of frank sexuality, Shruti Swamy’s "A House Is a Body" blurs the line between fantastical and naturalistic storytelling with its tales of love, loss, and life lived across cultures. “Blindness”... Read More

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Welcome to Buttermilk Kitchen

by Rachel Jagareski

Restaurateur Suzanne Vizethann’s cookbook, "Welcome to Buttermilk Kitchen", is garlanded with breakfast and brunch dishes that showcase sophisticated Southern comfort foods from a renowned Atlanta eatery. This work has zero tolerance... Read More

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