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Reviews of Books with 191 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 191 pages.

Book Review

Heart of Earth

by Paige Van De Winkle

This fun YA sci-fi novel—with well-rounded characters, interesting premise, and lighthearted dialogue—will delight readers of every age. "Heart of Earth", by Mark Laporta, is a sci-fi novel centered on a group of teenagers doing... Read More

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by Mark McLaughlin

With polls showing the “Presidential Election to be as tight as a prom dress,” and the Electoral College on the brink of dissolution by constitutional amendment, the fate of the country comes down to how one “small, dirt-ball... Read More

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Dark Lake

by Brittany Dowdle

Allie Armington is back in "Dark Lake", the fourth book in the mystery series named for her. This time, she finds herself at the Armington family retreat nestled in the Adirondacks. Allie is looking forward to relaxing with her family... Read More

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Reason and Other Women

by Dan Coffey

A book that uses subject material like Byzantine art and the writings of Christine de Pizan to launch an investigation into the way the mind works, and to get at the heart of thought before it can be analyzed would seem like a foolish,... Read More

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The Tibetan Book of the Dead

In "The Tibetan Book of the Dead" by Cyrus K. Hui, a stolen treasure is being taken by force toward Switzerland and a secret Nazi hideout. From Beijing, Dr. Nima Ganpa leads an expedition into Tibet to find ancient clay tablets written... Read More

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The Twitch

Kevin doesn’t get much sympathy for his strange symptoms, especially from his former girlfriend, Jane. What would you say if someone else told you they had a twitch and couldn’t do the shopping—you’d laugh and say it was... Read More

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