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Reviews of Books with 215 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 215 pages.

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by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

It is said that “the Huntress rides out when the sun is at its farthest and Winter has her jaws buried deep in the heart of the warm, green world,” but Rowan is skeptical about this—and everything else about village life. Her... Read More

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In the Spider's Web

by Julia Jenkins

Striking, deeply honest, and sensitively told, this novel based in real life considers juvenile prisons and all its dramas. Jerome Gold calls In the Spider’s Web a “nonfiction novel.” In it, he depicts the routines and characters... Read More

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Ari Figue's Cat

by Barbara Nickles

An experiment in poetic prose, nonlinear scenes, and even font style, this novel offers a tale of a vibrant city full of mystery. Ari Figue’s Cat is Jacob Russell’s deep, perplexing novel of finding love in the least likely of... Read More

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Five Bullets

by Sara Budzik

Duberstein captures heartbreaking ennui with his disciplined volley between time periods and details stabbing out at unexpected moments. "Five Bullets" is a story of two men—Karel Bondy, a father and husband who escaped from Auschwitz... Read More

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The Grace of Crows

by Sara Budzik

"The Grace of Crows" is a painful but valuable story about how a struggling woman learns the importance of forgiving and helping others. For some, anxiety can become absorbing despite all of the therapies and remedies around us. So it is... Read More

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Tangled Webs

by Jeannine Chartier Hanscom

Kelly Severinson is looking for a man. Not just any man will do, however; he must be “rich, sexy, interesting, important.” She finds what she’s looking for in Charles Manderley, a handsome and successful older man who happens to... Read More

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by Jill Allen

Malevolent machines remain a mainstay in science fiction, with evil supercomputers as a well-known version of vicious manmade artificial intelligence. Calvin J. Brown’s brilliant debut novel, "Six", turns the trope upside down. Six,... Read More

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