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Reviews of Books with 226 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 226 pages.

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The Rose and the Lion

by John M. Murray

"The Rose and the Lion" is a compelling historical novel about a slave who fought alongside the British in exchange for freedom. Charles J. Musser’s compelling historical novel "The Rose and the Lion" follows young slaves on their... Read More

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Retrograde

by Bianca Bowers

"Retrograde" is a slow-burning science fiction adventure whose heroine is primed to win the age-old battle between good and evil. A dark mist swirls through the streets, infecting everyone in its path, in A. O. Godmasch’s science... Read More

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Brands on a Mission

by Carol Booton

"Brands on a Mission" is a valuable marketing text aimed at inspiring corporate leaders to harness the power of their brands to improve lives and promote social justice. Myriam Sidibe’s action-oriented business book "Brands on a... Read More

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A Human Creation

by Susan Waggoner

"A Human Creation" argues that God originated in the minds of humans. W. R. Frederick’s philosophical exploration "A Human Creation" covers religion, works of science, and psychology to argue that God is the product of human... Read More

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The Bond

by Erika Harlitz Kern

In the intriguing fantasy "The Bond", complicated relationships between humans and vampires are complicated further when animals are added to the mix of the immortal. The relationship between humans and horses is brought to new... Read More

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The Astronaut's Son

by John M. Murray

In Tom Seigel’s The Astronaut’s Son, Jonathan Stein is the CEO of an emerging private aerospace company. He is close to achieving a lifetime goal of reaching the moon—a task his father left unfulfilled after suffering a fatal heart... Read More

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