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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

Hemingway in Comics

by Matt Sutherland

Larger-than-life writer at large Ernest Hemingway always made it his practice to seek out the world’s centers of attention, whether they were war zones, Parisian literary salons, prerevolutionary Cuba, or idyllic Key West and Idaho. In... Read More

Book Review

A Ritchie Boy

by Hilary Daninhirsch

Told as a series of interconnected stories, Linda Kass’s captivating, based-in-truth novel "A Ritchie Boy" is about assimilation, hope, and perseverance. When he was fifteen, Eli and his parents escaped war-torn Austria, which had... Read More

Book Review

Love Her Madly

by Kristine Morris

Throbbing with life, Bill Cosgrave’s memoir "Love Her Madly" recalls a brief time in America’s history when all things seemed possible—including an enduring friendship between a shy young man turned rock star, an otherworldly young... Read More

Book Review

Feminist City

by Tanisha Rule

In "Feminist City", Leslie Kern shows how cities keep women “in their place” through hidden, understated means while favoring men’s needs and experiences. Wide-ranging urban plans often come together to influence how women move... Read More

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The Distance from Four Points

by Meg Nola

In Margo Orlando Littell’s quiet, compelling novel, "The Distance from Four Points", a woman finds herself reeling from grief and a reversal of fortune. When Robin’s husband, Ray, is killed in a kayaking accident, he leaves behind a... Read More

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