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Reviews of Books with 220 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 220 pages.

Book Review

The Scent of Empires

by Susan Waggoner

Karl Schlögel’s cultural history "The Scent of Empires" tells the story of two perfumes that permeated portions of the twentieth century. In 1913, French perfumers were commissioned to create a scent to celebrate 300 years of Romanov... Read More

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Watkins Glen

by Meg Nola

In Eleanor Lerman’s resonant novel "Watkins Glen", an estranged brother and sister reunite to deal with illness, aging, and memories. Susan and her older brother, Mark, led very different lives. Still a free spirit in her sixties,... Read More

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by Joseph S. Pete

"Empowered"’s brisk and substantive adages are designed to inspire readerships with upbeat notions about love, life, and laughter. Andrea M. Campbell’s "Empowered" compiles inspirational quotes to impart life lessons and inspire... Read More

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The Subtweet

by Meg Nola

Vivek Shraya’s "The Subtweet" is a sharp, encompassing story about a creative friendship that’s promoted, and later imploded, by the kinetic energy of Twitter. Contrasting emotional vulnerability and connective need with desires for... Read More

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Well of Living Water

by Edith Wairimu

"Well of Living Water" is a creative, thoughtful approach to the acts and teachings of Jesus. Sonia Coldicutt’s "Well of Living Water" is an imaginative exploration of the gospels that applies their messages to modern life. The work... Read More

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