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Reviews of Books with 228 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 228 pages.

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by Edith Wairimu

"Catahoula" is a humorous coming-of-age story that reminisces on a community’s past. Bobby Franklin’s entertaining and refreshing young adult novel "Catahoula" follows the escapades of two brothers living in central Louisiana. It is... Read More

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To Keep the Sun Alive

by Ho Lin

An intimate yet sprawling chronicle of life in Iran before and during its revolutionary years in the late seventies, Rabeah Ghaffari’s "To Keep the Sun Alive" presents the nation’s monumental changes from the perspective of a small... Read More

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Forbidden Secrets

by Erika Harlitz Kern

The novel captures the tumult of teenage life as it skirts around encounters with mysterious creatures. In Jen Ritchie’s supernatural fantasy novel Forbidden Secrets, teenager Twyla Sokolovski confronts her hidden past and discovers... Read More

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Dreux Club Blues

by Susan Waggoner

By centering on a career officer who’s worked almost every district of the city, the book offer a bird’s-eye view of just about every situation imaginable in New Orleans. Scott D. Fenner’s historical novel "Dreux Club Blues" brings... Read More

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The Depths

by John M. Murray

Kirk Kjeldsen’s "The Depths" takes a woman on the edge and pushes her farther, resulting in a dark, engaging, and contemplative thriller. After a series of miscarriages and marriage woes, Eden Lenaerts plans a Malaysian getaway with... Read More

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