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Reviews of Books with 227 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 227 pages.

Book Review

Pretend Plumber

by Addissyn House

In the coming-of-age novel "Pretend Plumber", an LGBTQ+ girl learns to navigate her Los Angeles life with authenticity. In Stephanie Barbé Hammer’s new adult novel "Pretend Plumber", a thirteen-year-old questions how she fits into her... Read More

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Butterfly Hill

by Delia Stanley

"Butterfly Hill" is an action-packed suspense novel that is fresh in its plays on history and mythology. Brendan le Grange’s compelling adventure novel "Butterfly Hill" blends history with engaging characters. Hiko is an art thief with... Read More

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by Aimee Jodoin

Family shapes us; "Parsimony" exposes this truth with effortlessly elegant prose and characters who linger. With eloquent language worthy of literary recognition, Peter Nash’s "Parsimony" offers wisdom fraught with interpersonal and... Read More

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Damaged People

by Jennifer Miller

There is a glimmer of hope at the end of this novel, in which everyday arguments are interspersed with extraordinary life events. Spanning three generations, several decades, and two major world events, Bonnie Rozanski’s "Damaged... Read More

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