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Reviews of Books with 207 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 207 pages.

Book Review

Unpleasantries

by Karl Helicher

Frank Soos points his lance at the windmills of the human condition and offers some solace. In "Unpleasantries", Frank Soos presents a self-consciously messy collection of essays—essays being, he says, a naturally messy form of... Read More

Book Review

Advance My Baby

by Sheila M. Trask

Pictures of babies in every stage of healthy development sets this parenting guide apart. New parents can be anxious about their baby’s development. When should she respond to her name? Sit up? Start talking? Advice from grandparents... Read More

Book Review

The Sylvan Horn

A group of heroes must save the world: It is a fantasy scenario readers always enjoy, no matter how many times it is played out. Of course, the devil is in the details, and while some elements in "The Sylvan Horn" are fairly standard,... Read More

Book Review

Muhammad

“Religion is the state of being grasped by an ultimate concern, a concern which qualifies all other concerns as preliminary and which itself contains the answer to the question of a meaning of our life.” —Paul Tillich “The... Read More

Book Review

101 Reasons To Have Sex

There’s no doubt this is a title that compels the reader to pick up the book. Between the covers are101 reasons, and 101 not-to reasons to do the deed, paired with promising titles and designed like prose poems. The pieces are... Read More

Book Review

Cul-de-Sac Syndrome

by Harold Cordry

Readers who discreetly slip out the door when the economist rises to speak need have no concerns about John Wasik. Most reassuring on this score is the fact that Wasik writes a widely popular column in the Bloomberg News. Or, go to his... Read More

Book Review

Far Bright Star

by Lee Gooden

Robert Olmstead is the author of the critically acclaimed Coal Black Horse. His latest novel "Far Bright Star" begins in 1916 when Napoleon Childs a war-hardened cavalryman guides a group of untried soldiers into the mountains of Mexico... Read More

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