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Reviews of Books with 221 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 221 pages.

Book Review

The Lines

by Meg Nola

In Anthony Varallo’s evocative and taut "The Lines", the end of a marriage brings about an unsettling beginning for a family. Set during the 1970s and amid oil and gasoline shortages, the US’s scarcity of fuel and the public’s... Read More

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The Art of Hunting Humans

by Jeremiah Rood

Taking a satirical approach to human psychology, "The Art of Hunting Humans" removes the baggage from study and uncovers ideas that feel fresh and exciting. Sidney Mazzi’s tongue-in-cheek psychology book "The Art of Hunting Humans"... Read More

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Lincoln's Bodyguard

by Jeff Fleischer

An alternate history works as a period detective story and an adventure yarn about heroes on the run. In Lincoln’s Bodyguard by T. J. Turner, a half–Native American bodyguard takes on a special mission from Abraham Lincoln, traveling... Read More

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Only the Longest Threads

by Matt Sutherland

Please, Ms. Physicist, tell me a story, one that uses my language and down-to-earth images to bring your cosmic universe a few light years closer to me. Lo and behold, Tasneem Zehra Husain conjures the fly-on-the-wall experience of a... Read More

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Dreams of Totality

by Sheila M. Trask

This fascinating examination of our reaction to change is both impressive and inspiring. Although at first glance it may seem like a New Age self-help book, Dreams of Totality: Where We Are When There’s Nothing at the Center is instead... Read More

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by Anna Call

Father-son relationships drive both the young protagonist and antagonist on their journey through the digital world. A solid juvenile science-fiction adventure, digi follows computer-illiterate Peter as he acquires the power to... Read More

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