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Reviews of Books with 236 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 236 pages.

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Miss Portland

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

Unlike other people, Zoe Tussler knows that life is perfectible, and she knows this because of Maine. Thus begins David Ebenbach’s "Miss Portland", winner of the 2016 Orison Fiction Prize, a moving paean to becoming the place where you... Read More

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Julep Street

by Meredith Hardwicke

"Julep Street" is the poignant journey of a man searching for meaning after loss, with his best friend by his side. There’s no better way to melt hearts than with an emotionally charged boy-and-his-dog adventure. "Julep... Read More

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Hopeless Romantic

by Claire Foster

"Hopeless Romantic" is an incredible, vibrant, timely romance that puts the emphasis on the T in LGBTQ. What happens when you fall in love with someone who defies everything you think you know about men, women, gender, queerness, and... Read More

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Noise

by Ron Watson

The plot is excellently paced, and the author presents a near perfect balance between quiet character moments and over-the-top action. "Noise" by Brett Garcia Rose introduces a wealth of emotionally resonant characters via an... Read More

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Hope for Common Ground

by Jeff Fleischer

On hot-button issues, Rubio focuses on “the space between” where Catholics can find common ground. American politics can be a challenge for Catholics, as its two major political parties agree with Vatican positions on certain issues... Read More

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The Mercy Journals

by Christine Canfield

This complex tale puts global crises and personal crises hand in hand, and questions if morality must adapt. Many dystopian novels feel distant, taking place in a time far from now, but Claudia Casper’s "The Mercy Journals" feels like... Read More

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