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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 Little Gardener

by Melissa Wuske

Julie A. Cerny’s "The Little Gardener" is a friendly, useful resource for parent-child gardening teams. Arguing that indoor lifestyles take a toll, the book extends a beautiful invitation to go outside and grow something together.... Read More

Book Review

Home Is a Stranger

by Lisa Alexia

Parnaz Foroutan’s "Home Is a Stranger" is a personal and political memoir about being a woman, and an Iranian American, in both the US and Iran. Foroutan left Iran when she was six, during the rise of Ayatollah Khomeni. She grew up in... Read More

Book Review

Model City

by Matt Sutherland

North Korea fascinates a world bored with so many bland, decent-enough democracies. Cowered by the tubby tyrant Kim Jong-un, the nation’s 25 million citizens struggle to make do in a system that’s so handcuffed by sanctions, so... Read More

Book Review

Night Theater

by Tanisha Rule

In "Night Theater", a disgraced surgeon faces a long night as three visitors arrive at his clinic door, greeting him with a macabre and otherworldly request. Before sunrise, the surgeon will question everything he thought he knew about... Read More

Book Review

The Bear

by Michelle Anne Schingler

"The Bear" is a dreamy dispatch from the end of the world. In Andrew Krivak’s palimpsest novel, the reassertion of nature over the bones of human civilization is a dignified and regretless process. The girl and her father may very well... Read More

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