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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

The Cost of Living

by Benjamin Welton

"The Cost of Living" is an occult thriller that emphasizes its wholesome moral compass. D. L. Huntington’s occult-tinged thriller "The Cost of Living" is an excellent contemporary parable about the sickness of America’s wealth... Read More

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The Unfolding

by Anitra Budd

Jeehan Quijano’s novel "The Unfolding" concerns itself with the roots of trauma: Where does loneliness begin? How does guilt take up residence in a family? Can grief be traced through a lifetime, or even multiple lifetimes? Benjamin,... Read More

Book Review

Get After It

by Kristine Morris

"Get After It" is a memoir that shows how an average person, despite setbacks and obstacles, created a life of meaning and purpose. Parker Schaffel’s heartfelt, captivating memoir "Get After It" recalls an unimaginable eight-year-long... Read More

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The Book of Dog

by Nancy Powell

Lark Benobi unabashedly takes on modern politics in all its bestial madness in "The Book of Dog", celebrating the joys of womanhood, diversity, and the wonders of nature. The apocalypse arrives in California via a yellow puffball... Read More

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The Ownership Cycle

by Barry Silverstein

"The Ownership Cycle" is well written and thought-provoking, combining a sound theoretical overview of ownership with solid, everyday situations. Soh Jian Yi’s "The Ownership Cycle" considers how the concept of ownership can lead to a... Read More

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