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Reviews of Books with 231 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 231 pages.

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by Ian Dailey

In the science fiction series opener "2084", human beings face a new kind of warfare, working to preserve the very spirit of their existence. In Kadon L. Peterson’s science fiction novel "2084", human beings can either submit to... Read More

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by Sara Budzik

In the exciting science fiction thriller "Percivious", the government may be withholding science related to human evolution. In medical doctor A. J. Cook and J. J. Cook’s science fiction thriller Percivious Insomnia, mindbending... Read More

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Snatch 2&20

by Eileen Gonzalez

Snatch 2&20 is a clever, cynical novel about the absurdities of capitalism and the people who prop it up. A Wall Street flunky becomes entangled in his boss’s machinations in Luke E. Fellows’s comedic novel Snatch 2&20. Giles... Read More

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Until September

by Patty Comeau

Two men struggle with custody issues in this memorable story about moving toward self-acceptance. In "Until September", Chris Scully has composed the romantic, contemporary story of an unlikely pair of new parents. Archer Noble and his... Read More

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Insincerely Yours

by Chris Henning

Which one of us hasn’t imagined writing the “mother” of all letters … the one that makes it to the top of the heap and is not only noticed, but noticed now? Perpetual prankster and author Bernard Radfar goes one... Read More

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