2) The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie. At 230 pages, this book is a well-known, well-written YA contemporary about the struggles of life as a modern-day Native American.
3) The Color of Magic by Terry Prachett. This book is a 228-page-long adult comic fantasy and part of a famous and well-loved series--but also, it's not my thing.
5) Counter-Clock World by Philip K. Dick. At 218 pages, this adult sci-fi novel presents an intriguing and unique world.
6) Sky on Fire by Emmy Laybourne. I'm not too invested in the series, but this is a decent, 215-page YA apocalyptic novel.
7) Ella Minnow Pea by Mark Dunn. This is a pretty fun children's read, which I read for book club, that clocks in at 208 pages.
8) Contagious by Jonah Berger. I read this 200-page nonfiction book about business psychology for my grad school class last semester. It's really educational!
9) Interference by Amelie Antoine. I won this 178-page adult thriller, translated from the French in a giveaway, and I found it to be just really strange.
10) Normal by Warren Ellis. This is another really weird read, and, as a 148-page adult sci-fi, is the shortest book I've read in the last six months.