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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

Just Enough

by Jessie Horness

Part memoir, part cookbook, part philosophical musing, "Just Enough" is perhaps the first recipe anthology you’ll read cover-to-cover before placing it on your kitchen shelf. In eleven reflective chapters, Gesshin Claire Greenwood uses... Read More

Book Review

Disbelief

by John M. Murray

Captivating and thrilling, this novel pits a tough agent against a formidable enemy. J. B. Jamison’s technothriller "Disbelief" is a strong continuation of an involving mystery series that’s led by a tough woman. In this installment,... Read More

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Ocean Outbreak

by Barry Silverstein

Drew Harvell’s "Ocean Outbreak" is an engaging, eye-opening report on the diseases affecting the health of the ocean. The world’s warming waters precipitate marine disease, and Harvell—relying on her own knowledge and timely... Read More

Book Review

Sudden Spring

by Barry Silverstein

Part of what makes "Sudden Spring" so compelling is that Rick Van Noy is not a scientist who studies climate change; rather, he writes from the perspective of a curious, concerned citizen who wants to understand its impact. With a... Read More

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Girls on the Line

by Mya Alexice

Jennie Liu’s "Girls on the Line" is a gut-wrenching story of sisterhood and perseverance. Early 2000s China, in the throes of family planning policies and massive industrialization, isn’t kind to orphaned girls like Luli and Yun, who... Read More

Book Review

McCay

by Peter Dabbene

Actual events from the life of famed cartoonist Winsor McCay are combined with fantasy and science fiction elements to create a unique hybrid in the graphic novel "McCay". Winsor McCay is revered among fans of comic strips, perhaps best... Read More

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Out of the Woods

by Barry Silverstein

In "Out of the Woods", Julia Corbett writes about nature and the environment around her with a sense of wonder but also a kind of self-reflective melancholy. She recognizes, for example, that despite seeing and hearing the birds in her... Read More

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