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Reviews of Books with 236 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 236 pages.

Book Review

Love Is Not Pie

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

The poems of Love is Not a Pie, crafted through moments of reflection and of intense emotion, serve as a reminder to the depth and breadth of love. A relationship rises and falls in stolen moments in Katherine Lazaruk’s emotional,... Read More

Book Review

Winter Stars

by Melissa Wuske

Compelling in sharing admiration for the women in his life, Iverson’s monumental memoir about assuming a caregiver’s role is marked by complexity, love, and humor. Journalist Dave Iverson’s memoir "Winter Stars" is about caring for... Read More

Book Review

Hollis

by Kristine Morris

In 1937, Los Angeles is baking in a September heat wave. The citizens of the growing city, thirsty and on edge, are angry and desperate for water. They wait for the okay on a new dam project, though the water department’s chief... Read More

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On Tràigh Lar Beach

by Mari Carlson

The short stories of "On Tràigh Lar Beach" share a haunting atmosphere that’s explored through refuse and music. The short stories of Dianne Ebertt Beeaff’s "On Tràigh Lar Beach" cover women’s experiences with woe and redemption.... Read More

Book Review

Rich Pickings

by Charlene Oldham

"Rich Pickings" is a novel that evokes recent financial history well, showing how easy it is to be defined by what you do for money. In Axel van Reenen’s novel "Rich Pickings", a naïve New Zealander breaks into the high-stakes arena... Read More

Book Review

City of Hate

by Benjamin Welton

Timothy S. Miller’s "City of Hate" is a dark thriller featuring overlapping conspiracies. Hal is a recovering alcoholic whose viewpoint is melancholic. His best friend, Lemon, is a conspiracy theorist who sees nefarious plots lurking... Read More

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