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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

Sugar, Smoke, Song

by Suzanne Kamata

Reema Rajbanshi’s debut novel-in-stories "Sugar, Smoke, Song" collects its thematically linked pieces into three clusters with recurring characters. The first group, starting with “The Ruins,” centers on beautiful Indo-Burmese... Read More

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Beginning with Cannonballs

by Suzanne Kamata

"Beginning with Cannonballs" is an encouraging novel about a friendship that endures despite time and challenges. Jill McCroskey Coupe’s historical novel "Beginning with Cannonballs" tracks the ups and downs of an interracial... Read More

Book Review

Substantial Justice

by John M. Murray

Daniel Ben-Horin’s black comedy "Substantial Justice" concerns humanity’s best and worst traits. In the 1980s, Spider makes an honest living as a mechanic and distracts himself from lost love with mind-altering drugs. Then, ten years... Read More

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Under Nushagak Bluff

by Monica Carter

In Mia Heavener’s emotional novel "Under Nushagak Bluff", three generations of Indigenous Alaskan women are the focus. Set during the 1930s and 1940s, the book is gripping and understated. It takes place in Nushagak, a remote fishing... Read More

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