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Reviews of Books with 245 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 245 pages.

Book Review

Have Fun in Burma

by Jessie Horness

"Have Fun in Burma" follows Adela, just out of high school, through her summer of self-discovery. No pizza binges and thoughtless beachside flings for this heroine, though. Rosalie Metro’s earnest young lead is up for more of a... Read More

Book Review

Nobody's Girl

by Jeff Fleischer

When Barbara Amaya was eleven, she ran away from her suburban Virginia home, where she had been sexually assaulted by both her father and her brother. Her early teen years soon became a nightmare of prostitution, drug addiction, jail... Read More

Book Review

The Alexandrite

by Jill Allen

A time-hopping actor in Tinseltown searches for life’s deeper meanings and a meeting with Marilyn Monroe. Touching upon existential themes such as the nature of life, second chances, and the purpose of choices, former actor Rick Lenz... Read More

Book Review

Follow Your Star

by Sheila M. Trask

The first career path chosen doesn’t always take you where you expect. If you’re open to the possibilities, it might lead somewhere even better. That is the message offered by Terence English, who started out in the diamond mines of... Read More

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Drawing the Line

Andrew Stark may only have intended, in "Drawing the Line", to discuss how Americans use concepts of public and private to frame public policy debates, but he has pulled the curtain back on a much more sinister process. This book offers... Read More

Book Review

Where Angels Fear to Tread

by Carolyn Bailey

This galactic adventure is centered around Shiloh, the star of a sci-fi television hit Stargeant Guard, who appears to be living the life of a teen celebrity in Los Angeles. In actuality, Shiloh and her costar Spud are undercover agents... Read More

Book Review

Old Rye

by Katerie Prior

Oscar Wilde once claimed that life has only two tragedies: “One is not getting what one wants, and the other is getting it.” It’s a quote that seems to resonate throughout Jeanne Farewell’s novel, "Old Rye". Old Rye is the... Read More

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