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Reviews of Books with 224 Pages

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

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The Agents

by Peter Dabbene

Workers living regimented lives begin to question the truth of their existence in Grégoire Courtois’s excellent science fiction novel "The Agents". In the far future, work is the only thing worth living for. People spend their entire... Read More

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by Nancy Powell

Jessie Burton’s "Medusa" is a dazzling, engrossing retelling of a classic that’s delivered with a profound feminist twist. Eighteen-year-old Medusa has been exiled to an isolated, rocky island by Athena, who cursed her and turned her... Read More

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Ashia's Table

by Meg Nola

Ashia Ismail-Singer’s vibrant cookbook shares Indian recipes that are influenced and intensified by family and regional tastes. Part of Ismail-Singer’s singular cultural history, these dishes evince an adventurous spirit. Her Indian... Read More

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by Karen Rigby

André Alexis ruminates on romance and matrilineal legacies in his eloquent novel Ring, in which Torontonians’ lives are touched by a mysterious ritual. Fusing chance encounters with myth, poetry, and questions of faith and love, this... Read More

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