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Reviews of Books with 225 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 225 pages.

Book Review

False Calm

by Meagan Logsdon

Personal memoir, travelogue, and history combine in María Sonia Cristoff’s "False Calm", a journey that peels back the layers of the ghostly fog blanketing Patagonia to reveal engrossing complexity. With quiet introspection, Cristoff... Read More

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Broken

by Allyce Amidon

Slatton has created a beautiful, heart wrenching tale of humanity during the Second World War. When her beloved Ariel is lost, the angel Alia chooses to fall, taking on a human body in Paris on the eve of war. She befriends the city’s... Read More

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The Truth about You and Me

by Alicia Sondhi

Readers will get lost in Madelyn’s brooding narrative and pressured life, feeling the chemistry with her young teacher. In her third book, Amanda Grace has once again created a thoughtfully drawn female who will make readers want to... Read More

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Traveling Heavy

by Jacquelyn Lazo

Intimate, vulnerable memoir chronicles Cuban-American cultural anthropologist’s coming-of-age as she travels the world in search of “home.” “However much I long for the island I once called home, I’m not beholden to any one... Read More

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Rough and Tumble

by Jeff Fleischer

Anthropologist challenges notion that human ancestors were defined by “killer ape” aggression; weapons reflected problem-solving abilities. In his new book, "Rough and Tumble", anthropologist Travis Rayne Pickering argues that, while... Read More

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