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Reviews of Books with 224 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 224 pages.

Book Review

The Cosmic Mystery Tour

by Matt Sutherland

Neutron. Photon. Hydrogen. Helium. Gravity. Strong forces. Dark matter. Black hole. These are some of the major players in our universal theater, and yes, there’s a fair bit of complexity to the system. Even so, shouldn’t we spend... Read More

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In the Night of Memory

by Amy O'Loughlin

Linda LeGarde Grover’s poignant "In the Night of Memory" explores loss and belonging among an Ojibwe family in northern Minnesota. It’s 1977, and two sisters—three-year-old Azure and four-year-old Rain—are taken from their... Read More

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by Eric Patterson

Yohanis Gebreyesus’s cookbook Ethiopia: Recipes and Traditions from the Horn of Africa is both an educational and an inspirational addition to culinary libraries that encourages eating and cooking outside of your comfort zone. From his... Read More

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The Gift of Wonder

by Melissa Wuske

Christine Aroney-Sine’s "The Gift of Wonder" invites childlike joy back into faith through creative practices. “I grew up with a serious, workaholic type of God,” Aroney-Sine begins. Many Christians can relate. For them, the book... Read More

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by Rebecca Hussey

Combining personal experiences with scholarly insight, Tressie McMillan Cottom’s Thick: And Other Essays is essential reading for our times. These essays examine race, feminism, and culture with fierce intelligence. The collection... Read More

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A Land Apart

by Jeremiah Rood

Ian Roberts’s historical novel, "A Land Apart", mixes history and art to comment on how technology changes societies. In New France in 1634, somewhere along the banks of the Great Lakes, Totiri, an Iroquois war chief, trades with... Read More

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