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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 Bravest Thing

by Amanda Adams

Lascarso’s writing is enthralling and stays true to the inner workings of a seventeen-year-old mind. Following the tumultuous, burgeoning relationship between two teenage boys in rural Texas, "The Bravest Thing", by Laura Lascarso, is... Read More

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As Sparks Fly Upward

by Melissa Wuske

This ministerial work encourages readers to view life through a faith-driven lens, even when circumstances are tough. As Sparks Fly Upward: Weathering the Storms of Life by Michael Carr offers encouragement to live in faith, even when... Read More

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The Torch Bearer's Exorcism

by Vernieda Vergara

Quiet and realistic in its examination of the dangers of young love, this is a sympathetic coming-of-age story. In The Torch Bearer’s Exorcism, Linda Luisa Varela Tychsen tells a painful coming-of-age tale about illusions and... Read More

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Love, Alba

by Julia Ann Charpentier

Narrated by an articulate cat, this feline examination of human behavior offers a unique perspective on relationships. Sophy Burnham’s "Love, Alba" is a touching reflection on life in a conversational storyteller’s style. Alba is... Read More

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The Savage Professor

by Julia Jenkins

This dark thriller has an intelligent side, and pleases on several levels as the bodies pile up everywhere this professor goes. "The Savage Professor", by Robert Roper, is a complex, scientifically minded whodunit. The professor is... Read More

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Meritropolis

by Shannan Spitz

Ohman’s dystopian vision is well-paced, imaginative, and suspenseful to the very end. A walled city set in a dystopian future has an unwavering societal structure known only as the System. In "Meritropolis", a captivating book by Joel... Read More

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