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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

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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Letters from Clara

by Wendy Hinman

"Letters from Clara" is an endearing account of an adventurous woman’s global travels during a tumultuous time in history. Eager to expand her horizons, Clara, a single, middle-aged woman from Wisconsin, set out to tour the globe after... Read More

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Crack the Code

by Claire Foster

The business guide "Crack the Code" plots a nontraditional, adaptable course through the inflexible corporate world. Kaiser Yang’s pragmatic business manual "Crack the Code" is about cultivating creativity in corporate spaces. Written... Read More

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Beyond Fear

by Benjamin Welton

"Beyond Fear" is fascinating tell-all memoir that covers a rare victory over the medical industrial complex. Ted Giovanis’s informative memoir "Beyond Fear" is about taking on the US government and its dizzying medical power. Born in... Read More

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