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Reviews of Books with 204 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 204 pages.

Book Review

Sleepovers

by Karla Strand

Ashleigh Bryant Phillips’s gritty short story collection "Sleepovers" is bold in exploring rural life in the US South. Its entries reflect upon family, childhood, relationships, and loss against backdrops of poverty, abuse, and... Read More

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Modern Ascension

by Kristine Morris

"Modern Ascension" is an encouraging text that suggests a new paradigm for addressing karmic debt. Carol Anne Halstead’s "Modern Ascension" collects the personal stories of thirteen initiates on a quest for higher consciousness.... Read More

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The Museum of Bullshit

by Eileen Gonzalez

Thoughtful in its turns, "The Museum of Bullshit" features lush settings and just a dash of fantasy. Seeing does not always equal believing in Brad Rau’s offbeat novel "The Museum of Bullshit". Louis is desperate to restart his writing... Read More

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Missing Signal

by Susan Waggoner

In "Missing Signal", Seb Doubinsky’s sly science-fiction romp, a counterintelligence agent named Terrence Kovacs is tasked with spreading false UFO claims. The strategy is designed to keep hostile governments perpetually preoccupied.... Read More

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Karina

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

A compelling mix of New Age spiritualism and self-esteem primer, "Karina" overlays coming-of-age questions with magical insight. E. B. Mann’s allegorical novel "Karina" is a heartwarming story of transformation that takes an average... Read More

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