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Reviews of Books with 229 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 229 pages.

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All Those Tears We Can't See

by Claire Foster

All Those Tears We Can’t See is a dramatic, cross-cultural coming-of-age novel set between two very different worlds. In Gita Audhya’s passionate multigenerational drama All Those Tears We Can’t See, a young woman navigates the... Read More

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The Contaminants

by Rebecca Foster

Aboard a spacecraft, two teens hold out hope for new life on post-apocalyptic Earth in this believable YA science fiction novel. "The Contaminants", a work of dystopian fantasy for teens from Devin K. Smyth (the pen name of Kevin Speth),... Read More

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Don't Forget Me, Bro

by Rebecca Foster

The weighty themes of mental illness and abuse are skillfully balanced with a road trip plot line and observations on America’s homogenization. In YA writer John Michael Cummings’s first adult novel, Don’t Forget Me, Bro, a... Read More

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Enigma in Blue

by Annie Peters

A tale of scientific experiments and research conducted by unique, compelling characters provokes philosophical thought. In "Enigma in Blue", Klaus Bytzek creates a cast of eccentric characters who posit questions about the nature of our... Read More

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by Jill Allen

Cheryl Kerr masterfully and simultaneously lets the uninitiated into the equine realm as it canters through multiple perspectives. Cheryl Kerr’s second novel, "Photofinish", blends mystery and suspense while drawing readers into the... Read More

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How They Spend Their Sundays

by Dindy Yokel

McDermott’s rare talent for conveying a crisp image of a scene shines in this collection of fresh, tightly woven stories. Courtney McDermott’s collection of short stories, "How They Spend Their Sundays", is like a Whitman’s Sampler... Read More

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My Leaning Post

by Barbara Bamberger Scott

“I could hear the television in the family room in the basement as the kids and I sat in the living room, holding each other and crying. Grant came bounding up the stairs and started yelling that he wasn’t going to tolerate a bunch... Read More

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