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Reviews of Books with 228 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 228 pages.

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Black Paper

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

Art is the lens through which Teju Cole examines and makes sense of our shared humanity in the essay collection "Black Paper". Across six sections, Cole uses different art forms, including painting, photography, and literature, to... Read More

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Becoming a Democracy

by Wendy Hinman

"Becoming a Democracy" makes a timely, informed case for correcting the US’s electoral system. Kristin Eberhard’s "Becoming a Democracy" is a thorough, impartial reference text for those who hope to foster democracy in the United... Read More

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The Savior of 6th Street

by Kristen Rabe

"The Savior of 6th Street" is Orlando Ortega-Medina’s lucid and engrossing new novel about a man who grows up in Los Angeles’s dark, 1980s underworld. Virgilio is twenty years old, an accomplished artist, and street smart. He lives... Read More

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by John M. Murray

Two men try to outrun the traumas of their past, but leave destruction in their wake, in the sensitive and suspenseful thriller "Buddies". In Kip Cassino’s taut chase thriller "Buddies", two veterans leave a bloody path behind them as... Read More

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