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Reviews of Books with 233 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 233 pages.

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by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

Robertson blends Indigenous mythology with First Nation realities in a novel that’s utterly unique and wholly convincing. The first title in the Reckoner series, David A. Robertson’s young adult supernatural thriller "Strangers" is a... Read More

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Entwined Mystery

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

In his second book of poetry, Louis Cecile intertwines four primary sets of poems that investigate sight—how humans see and are seen—as well as that which is impossible to see. Cecile approaches his topics—pornography, online... Read More

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Merit Badges

by Diane Gardner

Memories consist of momentary flashes, glimpses of the profound and mundane events that became more than mere moments in time; they defined us. "Merit Badges", an unconventional read by Kevin Fenton, feels like rummaging through... Read More

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Communes have long been a feature of American life. For centuries, religious, cultural, and political groups have attempted to create their own societies to provide respite from the imperfections of the wider world. In the 1960s,... Read More

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America at the Brink

Machiavellian Moment: A “Machiavellian Moment,” as described by historian J.G.A. Pocock, in his 1975 book of that name, is when a nation faces such internal threats as a corrupt government, or copes with external ones, such as... Read More

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