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Reviews of Books with 202 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 202 pages.

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by Kristine Morris

"Perfect" is a spiritual memoir concerned with healing from generational traumas. Judi Miller’s moving memoir "Perfect" covers how her generational trauma and inexplicable fears were healed. Born in Trinidad to parents of Chinese and... Read More

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by Karen Rigby

Kathleen Williams Renk’s novel "Vindicated" reimagines Mary Shelley’s life through diary entries. At fourteen, Mary misses her mother, Mary Wollstonecraft, who died while giving birth to her. So she adopts the mantle of a free... Read More

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In Pursuit of Success

by Andrea Hammer

"In Pursuit of Success" is an insightful work that’s filled with helpful learning strategies for teachers, parents, and students. Len Restall’s accessible "In Pursuit of Success" suggests practical means of overcoming tendencies... Read More

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by Linda Thorlakson

Matt Tompkins’s "Odsburg" is a unique kind of story—almost too novel to be considered a novel at all. Within it, self-taught researcher Wallace Jenkins-Ross sets out to document the town of Odsburg. The data he accumulates is... Read More

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The Heart of the Goddess

by Meg Nola

Hallie Iglehart Austen’s "The Heart of the Goddess" is an empowering compilation of goddess history, lore, and worship, along with over a hundred photographs and illustrations. The book was first published in 1990; this new edition... Read More

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