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Reviews of Books with 240 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 240 pages.

Book Review

Arcade of Memory

by Mari Carlson

"Arcade of Memory" is an in-depth literary collection in which beautiful places and thoughtful personalities, past and present, are engaged. Howard Giskin’s bountiful collection "Arcade of Memory" gathers essays, poems, and short... Read More

Book Review

Humans

by Danielle Ballantyne

In "Humans", a diverse group of teenagers are thrown into a post-apocalyptic world of mystery and intrigue. Alexandra L. Yates’s young adult novel "Humans" features a perilous post-apocalyptic world and a bold band of teenagers... Read More

Book Review

The Dog Log

by Claire Foster

Comedian Richard Lucas’s George Carlin-esque memoir, "The Dog Log", begins with his “impotent fury” toward a neighbor with a yapping Yorkie; his initial frustration leads to a meaningful record of friendship and love. Jokes and... Read More

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One by One

by John M. Murray

In D. W. Gillespie’s unsettling novel "One by One", a family falls prey to a house’s malevolence as they struggle to stay together. The Eastons thought they found the perfect fixer-upper when they bought an isolated, strange old... Read More

Book Review

Tree of Life

by Rachel Jagareski

"Tree of Life" is a dynamic retrospective of Tim Biskup’s paintings, sculptures, and artistic philosophy. His art career balanced chaos with strategy before it veered from showing at galleries to working and interacting with people... Read More

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