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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

Jane of Battery Park

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

A chance encounter changes the trajectory of two lives in Jaye Viner’s novel Jane of Battery Park. Eight years ago, Jane and Daniel met and connected in Battery Park. She saw a cute surfer dude. He saw a gorgeous girl. And the man... Read More

Book Review

Voidoxity

by Klay Dyer

The dark fantasy novel Voidoxity: The Eternal King sets up exciting possibilities for future bloody battles and existential challenges in the rich world it establishes. James L.P. Thompson’s elaborate fantasy novel Voidoxity: The... Read More

Book Review

Sumac

by Rebecca Foster

Anas Atassi’s inviting cookbook is named after a spice that is one of two keys to Syrian cuisine. The other indispensable element, Atassi contends, is figurative: “nafas,” which literally means breath, but also connotes “the art... Read More

Book Review

American Gospel

by Eileen Gonzalez

A farmer turned religious leader prepares for the rapture in Lin Enger’s novel "American Gospel". Amid the uncertainty and turmoil of President Nixon’s resignation, Enoch knows one thing for certain: Jesus will return in fourteen... Read More

Book Review

Owning the Room

by Joseph S. Pete

"Owning the Room" is a self-help work for developing leaders that’s concerned with management and methods for success. Roger A. Gerard’s "Owning the Room" suggests means for developing dynamic leadership skills and running companies... Read More

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