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Reviews of Books with 214 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 214 pages.

Book Review

Tallstone and the City

by Aimee Jodoin

The etiological historical novel "Tallstone and the City" re-imagines the emergence of human civilization via four ambitious young hunter-gatherers. A tribe of hunter-gatherers starts an agricultural civilization in Dennis Wammack’s... Read More

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Small Marvels

by Erika Harlitz Kern

Midwestern magic abounds in Scott Russell Sanders’s fairy tale short story collection "Small Marvels". In Limestone, Indiana, Gordon Mills is a jack of all trades whose big family lives in a dilapidated house that only remains standing... Read More

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Lucy and Dee

by Karen Rigby

"Lucy and Dee" is an appealing fantasy novel in which two friends go on a wondrous adventure in a magical land. In Kirsten Marion’s absorbing fantasy novel "Lucy and Dee", two friends help a young royal to fulfill his calling, despite... Read More

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The Secrets We Hold

by Michelle Anne Schingler

The young adult novel "The Secrets We Hold" rides emotional highs as two outwardly mismatched teenagers try to grow past their mistakes. A transfer student faces intense bullying in Keira Forde’s cinematic young adult novel "The... Read More

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The Velocity Mindset

by Charlene Oldham

The advice in the leadership guide "The Velocity Mindset" will help business people to speed toward their desired destinations. Ron Karr’s self-help leadership text "The Velocity Mindset" suggests exercises and delivers advice to guide... Read More

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