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Reviews of Books with 218 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 218 pages.

Book Review

The Temple Tree

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

"The Temple Tree" is an inspirational fable about the many ways that people move through the world and about the difficult work of cultivating inner peace during moments of loss and self-doubt. Sidney Snow’s gentle teaching fable, The... Read More

Book Review

Happy like This

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

The private, intimate stories of Ashley Wurzbacher’s Happy Like This navigate deciphering oneself with impeccable logic. Unfastening and opening the shell around each narrator’s heart, answers hang over the collection, both banner... Read More

Book Review

One Nurse Universe

by Lisa Alexia

"One Nurse Universe" is a wise, entertaining nurse’s memoir that reflects on changes in health care over the past fifty years. In Susan Turnage’s graphic and humorous memoir "One Nurse Universe", a lifetime of vignettes arc through... Read More

Book Review

As a River

by Linda Thorlakson

In Sion Dayson’s "As a River", Greer makes a valiant attempt to outrun his past, but this surface story belies a powerful undertow that transforms his return to Bannen, Georgia, and its anything-but-lazy Sicama River into a more... Read More

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Blackbird Blues

by Susan Waggoner

The social and religious politics of the 1960s come to life in Jean K. Carney’s perceptive novel. Jean K. Carney’s novel "Blackbird Blues" brings 1960s America into sharp focus, exploring a number of period issues through the stories... Read More

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