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Reviews of Books with 216 Pages

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

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Benice

by Karen Rigby

"Benice" is an often enchanting work that harks back to seafaring adventures of days past. Metin Karayaka’s classically appealing middle grade adventure "Benice" is set in a fictional version of Yalova, a Turkish port city on the... Read More

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The Blue Witch

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

An enchanting new book full of magical mischief and adventure, Alane Adams’s "The Blue Witch" is guaranteed to please. Witches are known for their cold hearts and dark powers, but one young orphan is destined to walk a different path.... Read More

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(Extra)Ordinary Women

by Meredith Grahl Counts

Kristin Bartzokis’s "(Extra)Ordinary Women" features ten contemporary stories of women who’ve been through hell and back. The hardships they endured are related with their firsthand input and a steady authorial tone. Each chapter is... Read More

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Israel

by Jeremiah Rood

"Israel" seeks to change theological discussions about Israel’s place in Christian worldviews. Graham Coates’s passionate Israel: God’s Covenant People, God’s Promised Land explores Israel’s position within Christianity.... Read More

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