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Reviews of Books with 250 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 250 pages.

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Cabin 135

by Rebecca Foster

"Cabin 135" is Katie Eberhart’s contemplative account of several decades in Alaska, through which she both reflects on the past and on environmental changes that could impact the future. Eberhart moved to Alaska with her husband in the... Read More

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Throes

by Jill Beauchamp

"Throes" is an engrossing memoir in which a family member’s addiction rips apart many lives. Mary Dolor’s gripping memoir, "Throes", finds her grappling with her daughter’s drug addiction. This story of Dolor’s daughter... Read More

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The Spa at Lavender Lane

by Karen Rigby

"The Spa at Lavender Lane" is a charming novel about women at a crossroads and the desires that they hide under their beautiful surfaces. In Phyllis Melhado’s entertaining ensemble novel, The Spa at Lavender Lane, women bond during a... Read More

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Scotland before the Bomb

by Ho Lin

"Scotland before the Bomb" is a linguistically acrobatic novel that’s filled with zany wit and sheer randomness. There’re heaping helpings of dystopia and absurdity in M. J. Nicholls’s "Scotland before the Bomb", a sprawling... Read More

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Practical Blasphemy

by Karen Rigby

What happens when a suicide attempt fails? For Amelia, a psychiatric patient whose internal playlist and warring voices besiege her, it leads to three weeks on the ward. LJT’s fictionalized memoir "Practical Blasphemy" portrays bipolar... Read More

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