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Reviews of Books with 186 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 186 pages.

Book Review

Girls Lost

by Kristen Rabe

Self-identity, status, and gender are at the core of Girls Lost, Jessica Schiefauer’s bold and compelling story in which three teenage girls who are social outcasts transcend boundaries by temporarily transforming into boys. Kim, the... Read More

Book Review

Finding Rose

by Geraldine Richards

"Finding Rose" is a didactic story about a family facing dementia that helpfully forwards specific coping skills for real-life caregivers. Angelia Brigance’s tender novel "Finding Rose" handles dementia with compassion and practicality... Read More

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by Gregory A. Lowe

Raising difficult questions of morality, this slice-of-life narrative is as heartfelt as it is entertaining. Scott Semegran’s "Boys" collects trio of fascinating stories that follow a young man in three very different stages of his... Read More

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