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Reviews of Books with 222 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 222 pages.

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Eddies of His Breath

by Jeremiah Rood

"Eddies of His Breath" is a narrative Christian spiritual commentary that does a good job of highlighting the less considered characters of the Bible. Eric Ribbens’s inspirational scriptural commentary "Eddies of His Breath" seeks to... Read More

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Augmented Mind

by Susan Waggoner

"Augmented Mind" is a realistic and exciting look at the future of digital technology. Alex Bates’s "Augmented Mind" is an encouraging and realistic look at the potential future of AI. The premise of this short, sound, and fascinating... Read More

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How to Carry Scars

by Mya Alexice

Dana Green’s "How to Carry Scars" is a poetic, intense meditation on what it means to be a daughter in a dangerous, hurtful world. This is the story of Olivia, a girl caught between circumstances. An obsession with photographs consumed... Read More

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Another Son

by Jeremiah Rood

"Another Son" is a spiritual parable that connects complicated questions with the lives of ordinary people. Kurtis Bell’s quirky modern parable "Another Son" mixes religious ideas with scientific thinking. The story takes a parabolic... Read More

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Miles Murphy

by Claire Foster

Sharp, self-aware honesty separates "Miles Murphy" from the pack. Philip Casale’s "Miles Murphy" is a heartwarming story that treads the well-worn turf of dog memoirs, telling the tale of a veterinarian’s friendship with his first,... Read More

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Mickey Maux Muddles a Murder

by Gary Presley

Fast moving and often fun, "Mickey Maux Muddles a Murder" is a puzzler that pleases. Philip Emma’s quirky mystery novel "Mickey Maux Muddles a Murder" follows a private detective as he investigates a double murder in his quiet... Read More

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The Dream Dancer

by Claire Rudy Foster

In Leslie Hachtel’s paranormal historical romance, dreams are permeable. On awakening, the dreamer carries the influence of the night before with him. Dream dancers can enter a dreamer’s mind and leave secret messages behind,... Read More

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Death of the Queen of Hearts

by Jill Allen

This delightful cross-genre story brings intrigue to the British royals. In "Death of the Queen of Hearts", Roman A. Clay crafts an engrossing story that deftly combines the genres of mystery and thriller while offering trenchant... Read More

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