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Reviews of Books with 217 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 217 pages.

Book Review

Access Point

by Benjamin Welton

"Access Point" is a clever mystery novel whose high technology proves powerful when it comes to solving inhumane crimes. Tom Gabbay’s high-tech mystery thriller "Access Point" combines classic genre tropes with near dystopian... Read More

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Haven Cross

by Katerie Prior

Daines’s novel breaks with genre conventions to deliver a tale with broad appeal. In Julie Daines’s Havencross, a young woman finds romance and adventure in the nineteenth-century Cornish countryside. Retreating from London after a... Read More

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The Midnight Zoo

by Emma Beauchamp

As the only survivors of their gypsy encampment invaded by Nazi soldiers, twelve-year-old Andrej and nine-year-old Tomas wander from town to town, dodging falling bombs and searching for freedom. Finally, the brothers find solace in a... Read More

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Traveling Blind

by Patty Comeau

Susan Krieger’s insightful new memoir, "Traveling Blind", is a gentle interrogation into the borderlands of sight. Here, readers will find questions often left unasked courageously answered—and many new paths of query opened.... Read More

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