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Reviews of Books with 216 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 216 pages.

Book Review

Beyond Fear

by Benjamin Welton

"Beyond Fear" is fascinating tell-all memoir that covers a rare victory over the medical industrial complex. Ted Giovanis’s informative memoir "Beyond Fear" is about taking on the US government and its dizzying medical power. Born in... Read More

Book Review

Redshift, Blueshift

by Susan Waggoner

The dystopian novel "Redshift, Blueshift" focuses on a man who’s alone in a cell, where his sense of reality fractures. Jordan Silversmith’s dystopian novel "Redshift, Blueshift" is narrated by an unreliable detainee from a... Read More

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The Street Belongs to Us

by Karen Rigby

Karleen Pendleton Jiménez vivifies a 1984 Los Angeles summer in "The Street Belongs to Us", a nostalgic novel about friendship and family. Best friends Alex and Wolf thrive on Muscatel Avenue. When a construction project to add... Read More

Book Review

The Mother

by Charlene Oldham

"The Mother" is a heartfelt novel about a mother who comes into her own through her love for her daughter. In Farin Powell’s novel, "The Mother", a woman sacrifices much to keep love alive. Helen is driven and defined by her role as... Read More

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