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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

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

Book Review

Spirits of the Coast

by Kristine Morris

In "Spirits of the Coast", the companion book to the Royal British Columbia Museum’s 2020 feature exhibition Orcas: Our Shared Future, orca experts, artists, storytellers, and Indigenous wisdom keepers issue an invitation to... Read More

Book Review

Boon on the Moon

by Peter Dabbene

A boy and his robot move to Earth’s moon in John Huddles’s wonderful "Boon on the Moon". Byron “Boon” Barnett’s dream comes true when his father gets a job opportunity on the Moon; with some lobbying from Boon, the whole family... Read More

Book Review

Borderline Citizen

by Wendy Hinman

Robin Hemley’s erudite essay collection "Borderline Citizen" probes the meaning of nationality. Profiling enclaves and exclaves, overseas territories, and displaced people, the essays reveal the human and environmental costs of... Read More

Book Review

The Spinster Diaries

by Mari Carlson

In Gina Fattore’s (un)romantic comedy, "The Spinster Diaries", a Hollywood writer who shares the author’s name discovers that she’s ill. The novel’s Gina is an unemployed television producer when a cyst that’s pressing on her... Read More

Book Review

Unstuck

by Melissa Wuske

Kim Anderson’s "Unstuck" is an empowering women’s guide to becoming who you were created to be. Many modern women feel frustrated, but Anderson believes that God designed them for something more. Her book explores its way toward... Read More

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