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Reviews of Books with 226 Pages

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

Book Review

Little Bird

by Jeana Jorgensen

In Tiffany Meuret’s contemporary fantasy novel "Little Bird", a divorced woman encounters magic beyond her comprehension, shaking up her messy life and forcing her to assess her priorities, as well as the meanings of life and death.... Read More

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I Know You Love Me, Too

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

In her debut novel-in-stories, "I Know You Love Me, Too", Amy Neswald threads the relationship between two sisters through fourteen linked stories to create a genre-bending experience. The half sisters, eight years apart in age, must... Read More

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Well of Living Water

by Kristine Morris

"Well of Living Water" combines testimonies with stories to illustrate the transformative power of Christian faith. Drawing on the gospels, personal experiences, and storytelling, Sonia Coldicutt’s spiritual text "Well of Living Water"... Read More

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Mastering the Lost Art of Oratory

by Ho Lin

Treating speech writing and speech making as a craft, "Mastering the Lost Art of Oratory" is an excellent compendium of practical advice. Speaking coach Robert Babcock’s self-help text "Mastering the Lost Art of Oratory" includes tips... Read More

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Not the Usual Season

by Randi Hacker

In the sports-focused young adult novel "Not the Usual Season", a young man struggles to triumph over the difficulties of adolescence. In Nancy May’s coming-of-age novel, "Not the Usual Season", a dedicated wrestler learns who he is... Read More

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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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