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Reviews of Books with 232 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 232 pages.

Book Review

Circle Way

by Rebecca Foster

“To what degree does family mean destiny?” Mary Ann Hogan asks. A fourth-generation Californian, she followed in her father Bill’s footsteps as a local journalist. Blending his work with her own prose, "Circle Way" is a delicate,... Read More

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Phenotypes

by Eileen Gonzalez

A man grapples with his past and his racial identity in Paulo Scott’s novel "Phenotypes". Federico and his brother Lourenço are both Black. But Federico, being light-skinned, escapes much of the prejudice that Lourenço faces. These... Read More

Book Review

Correctional

by Suzanne Kamata

In "Correctional", poet and academic Ravi Shankar reckons with his public fall from grace, which landed him in jail, but also allowed for an inside look at the court system of the United States. Born in Washington, D.C. to Brahmin... Read More

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This Fierce Blood

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

Malia Márquez’s intense multigenerational novel "This Fierce Blood" incorporates magical realism into its story of three women struggling with family and social expectations. In Vermont, Wilhemina marries Norwegian Johannes, rather... Read More

Book Review

Something Wonderful

by Kristen Rabe

The short stories collected in Jo Lloyd’s "Something Wonderful" are luminous, startling, and diverse. In them, characters search for meaning, value, and truth, often describing their circumstances with wry bluntness. In “Work,” a... Read More

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Stare at Me

by Kristine Morris

Joey Mullaney learned how to rough up an opponent on the football field before he could do long division. From the beginning, his sharp reflexes and outrageous goals made him a star on the sports field. But he took on a much more... Read More

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