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Reviews of Books with 160 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 160 pages.

Book Review

Gillyflower

by Karen Rigby

"Gillyflower" is an intelligent romance about frustrated encounters. In Diane Wald’s meditative literary novel "Gillyflower", a fan is beguiled with an actor. In 1984, Nora watches an Irish “actor’s actor,” Hugh, perform in a... Read More

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Wild Winter

by Rebecca Monterusso

Friends work together to help each other out in this Christmas-centered middle grade story. In C. A. Hartnell’s chapter book "Wild Winter", a rambunctious duo solves a mystery and prepares for a holiday pageant. Carol Ann and her best... Read More

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Haphaven

by Peter Dabbene

Traditional superstitions are the inspiration for a rich, fully imagined fantasy world in the graphic novel "Haphaven". Alex, a girl who’s about to turn thirteen, is captive to her superstitions. From the stories of her long dead... Read More

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Murder at the St. Alice

by Meg Nola

In Becky Citra’s historical young adult mystery, "Murder at the St. Alice", Charlotte ventures from her home in British Columbia to the St. Alice, a Canadian resort hotel. Too poor to be a guest, Charlotte hopes to find work in the St.... Read More

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Frozen Dinners

by Aimee Jodoin

Affecting and sometimes poetic, "Frozen Dinners" paints a complex portrait of a twentieth-century Idahoan family and its business empire. Elaine Ambrose’s memoir "Frozen Dinners" details the emotional roller coaster of her father’s... Read More

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