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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

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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Imaginary Affairs

by Delia Stanley

"Imaginary Affairs" is a champagne-filled romp that navigates love and lust with abandon. In Robin Arkus’s indulgent, humorous, and dramatic romance "Imaginary Affairs", a middle-aged woman looks for love after loss. After losing two... Read More

Book Review

The Last Resort

by Mari Carlson

"The Last Resort" is a sincere human interest tale couched in an informed overview of current events. In Tom Milton’s novel "The Last Resort", two protesters find that confronting their enemies in person could be a nightmare come true.... Read More

Book Review

Burn Fortune

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

It’s the 1990s, and June is making her way through high school in Marshalltown, Iowa. Life moves at a laconic pace, spiked with the adrenaline of teenage discovery. But in Brandi Homan’s "Burn Fortune", what June discovers about the... Read More

Book Review

Creating Cassandra

by Brittney Decker

Salacious undertones permeate this mafia love story in which two people live out their story again and again across different times and continents. Vincent Di Blasi’s "Creating Cassandra" is a tumultuous tale in which friendship is... Read More

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