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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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Legacy of Lies

by Joseph S. Pete

Genetic testing and family secrets upend a blogger’s life in the twisting mystery novel "Legacy of Lies". In Lexa M. Mack’s whodunit novel "Legacy of Lies", a murder mystery pairs with a shrouded family history. In San Francisco,... Read More

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by Karen Rigby

"Florilla" is a splendid, intelligent nineteenth-century romance that threads social ideas with botany and a memorable heroine. Healing and psychic powers drive a young woman’s destiny in Perdita Buchan’s beautiful historical... Read More

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by Camille-Yvette Welsch

"Sparrow" is a dreamy fairy tale riff on the adage to be careful what you wish for. In Brian Kindall’s fantasy novel "Sparrow", a boy in a village that suffers from inertia wishes on a falling star. In this work of magical realism,... Read More

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Black Paper

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

Art is the lens through which Teju Cole examines and makes sense of our shared humanity in the essay collection "Black Paper". Across six sections, Cole uses different art forms, including painting, photography, and literature, to... Read More

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