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Reviews of Books with 216 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 216 pages.

Book Review

Chi Boy

by Eleanor Bader

Held together by references to Chicago, Keenan Norris’s "Chi Boy" is a memoir, a social history, a eulogy for his ancestors, and a tribute to inspiring literary men. Jim Crow racism drove Norris’s family north, landing them in... Read More

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MacLeish Sq.

by Meg Nola

In Dennis Must’s intriguing novel "MacLeish Sq.", illusion challenges reality and invades the unsettled past. John just bought an old farmhouse in his New England hometown. He left this “mostly desolate” place at eighteen, yet as... Read More

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Accidental Sisters

by Michele Sharpe

"Accidental Sisters" is a tender memoir about adoption and about love within families, both biological and not. In "Accidental Sisters", Katherine Linn Caire’s uplifting memoir about finding her sister in middle age, coincidence and... Read More

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Hosting with the Lazy Makoti

by Meg Nola

South African chef Mogau Seshoene’s cookbook Hosting with the Lazy Makoti: A Celebration of Food is a vibrant compilation of recipes. Seshoene has a notable social media presence, and she founded her Lazy Makoti culinary platform in... Read More

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Constellations of Eve

by Eileen Gonzalez

A grieving woman’s suicide launches an exploration into unexplored possibilities in Abbigail Nguyen Rosewood’s novel "Constellations of Eve". In this universe, the story of Eve, Liam, and Blue—mother, father, and son—does not end... Read More

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