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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

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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Loved

by Jill Beauchamp

"Loved" is a valuable self-help book that encourages its audience toward improving their relationships. Julie Shafer prescribes communication help for relationships in her self-help book, "Loved". While aimed at women and their... Read More

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Daydreaming on a Train to Canada

by Claire Foster

"Daydreaming on a Train to Canada" is a high-concept poetry collection whose mellow, reflective poems capture the once-in-a-lifetime experience of finding a new home at the end of a long journey. R. R. Pravin’s "Daydreaming on a Train... Read More

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The Stars of Locust Ridge

by Alex Dailey

"The Stars of Locust Ridge" is an otherworldly novel about growing up and coming to terms with your family history. In Craig Moody’s engrossing coming-of-age story, "The Stars of Locust Ridge", a young girl strives to uncover her... Read More

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