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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

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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Funny Ladies

For decades, the weekly New Yorker has been renowned for its “drawings”—the cartoons that reduce complex social and political situations to humorous line-drawing evaluations—as well as for its superlative writing. Some of the... Read More

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Getting On Message

by Vicki Hughes

Recently, anyone who mentions the word “Bible” in a political context is assumed to be approaching an issue from the right … the religious right. This assessment is not necessarily accurate, but since the right has essentially made... Read More

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