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Reviews of Books with 212 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 212 pages.

Book Review

Steel

by Kristine Morris

"Steel" is an intimate coming-of-age story set in a gritty northern Minnesota mining town in the 1920s. The town, made up of poor immigrant families—mainly Italians, Croatians, and Scandinavians—has as its sustenance the world’s... Read More

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Thunder Peak

by Karen Rigby

Injecting fantasy elements into an Old West setting, the young adult novel "Thunder Peak" follows a strong young woman as she meets her destiny. In Trae Stratton’s young adult novel "Thunder Peak", a girl comes into her own as she... Read More

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Into Your Blues

by Karen Rigby

In the future-set novel "Into Your Blues", people from two generations struggle for meaning and fulfillment. In Charlie Moodie’s fresh and original novel "Into Your Blues", middle-aged men’s lives are upended by job losses. In the... Read More

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Wilderness Spa

by Mari Carlson

In the visionary novel "Wilderness Spa", a group of disparate individuals leans on, and learns, wilderness survival strategies after a natural disaster. In Jim Halverson’s adventure novel "Wilderness Spa", an unconventional group is... Read More

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These Americans

by Meg Nola

The crafted stories of Jyotsna Sreenivasan’s collection "These Americans" offer the perspectives of immigrant and native-born Indian Americans as they balance Indian culture with the expectations with American life. “Mirror” begins... Read More

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