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Reviews of Books with 248 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 248 pages.

Book Review

At the Edge of Time

by Rebecca Foster

Dan Hooper’s "At the Edge of Time" charts what is understood, and what remains a mystery, about the Big Bang—that moment 13.7 billion years ago of inconceivably high temperatures, fast expansion, and particles and forces like gravity... Read More

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Future Man

by Matt Sutherland

For all the legitimate criticism of men in general—from misogyny to housework-shirking, sexual harassment to racism-driven populist rage—the twenty-first century sure seems to be a perplexing time for the males of our species.... Read More

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Late Migrations

by Meredith Grahl Counts

The short, potent essays of Margaret Renkl’s Late Migrations: A Natural History of Love and Loss are objects as worthy of marvel and study as the birds and other creatures they observe. Linked stories concentrate on Renkl’s family,... Read More

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Plant Foods for Life

by Anna Call

"Plant Foods for Life" is an indispensable guide to vegetable nutrition that’s geared toward practical use. Moe Kamal’s "Plant Foods for Life" is a practical desk reference for selecting nutritious vegetables. Detailed and thorough,... Read More

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The Good Life

by Kristine Morris

"The Good Life" is a thrilling young adult title about a kid who’s trying to figure out who he is in a hostile world. Fifteen-year-old Walker Morrison, with a bullet lodged in his shoulder and a broken ankle, is bleeding and about to... Read More

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The Body Myth

by Ho Lin

Witty, melancholic, and dramatic by turns, Rheea Mukherjee’s "The Body Myth" is a touching love story about misfits searching for togetherness, even if that togetherness might not be healthy for all concerned. Set in Suryam City in... Read More

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