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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

Root and Ritual

by Catherine Thureson

Becca Piastrelli’s insightful spiritual text includes advice for living a satisfying life by connecting to one’s land, lineage, community, and self. Each of the book’s four sections begins with a philosophical discussion of the... Read More

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Skin Elegies

by Eileen Gonzalez

Lance Olsen explores the past and potential future of human interaction in his spellbinding novel "Skin Elegies". The twentieth century was filled with grand and intimate tragedies: natural disasters, murders, abuses, accidents. These... Read More

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The Isolation Artist

by Eileen Gonzalez

In "The Isolation Artist", Bob Keyes explores the tumultuous life and death of an influential artist. Robert Indiana is best remembered for his rendering of the word “LOVE” in bold type, the first two letters atop the last two, the... Read More

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Seasons in Hippoland

by Kristen Rabe

Wanjikũ Wa Ngũgĩ’s dreamlike coming-of-age novel "Seasons in Hippoland" is about the power of storytelling. Mumbi grows up in Victoriana, a country populated by freedom fighters and generals and oppressed by a succession of men in... Read More

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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

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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

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