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Reviews of Books with 210 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 210 pages.

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Mrs. Langlois' House

by Susan Waggoner

Straddling the line between hallucination, magical realism, and the ordinary hormone-fueled weirdness of adolescence, the text is sympathetic and captivating. Two tough, scrappy heroines, one young and the other old, combine to make... Read More

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The Happiness Bureau

by Monica Carter

Andreas Izquierdo’s "The Happiness Bureau" centers on a government employee, Albert Happy, whose tenderness may just redeem the role of bureaucracies. Happy is a decades-long employee of the Agency of Administrative Affairs; he runs... Read More

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In the Way of Jesus

by Jeremiah Rood

"In the Way of Jesus" fills a needed niche, offering church followers a way to really grow in faith. Paul D. Kroeker’s "In the Way of Jesus" is a collection of pastoral reflections that offer a worthy exploration of what life looks... Read More

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Do We Not Bleed?

by Bradley A. Scott

This is a lively and thoughtful hybrid of detective story and psychological literary fiction. Daniel Taylor’s "Do We Not Bleed?" is presented as a detective story, but that’s only half of its appeal. This is a witty and thoughtful... Read More

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