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Reviews of Books with 250 Pages

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

Book Review

All-American Aphrodite

by Benjamin Welton

"All-American Aphrodite" is the perfect political thriller for this age of constant sociopolitical controversy. In Daniel Lyons’s novel "All-American Aphrodite", one politician’s bad behavior connects him to a wider web of intrigue... Read More

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Spiritual Growth

by Jessie Horness

In Spiritual Growth: A Contemporary Jewish Approach, Rabbi Paul Steinberg calls upon the collective consciousness of Jewish spirituality to offer sustenance for the contemporary seeker. Featuring seven chapters on spiritual themes,... Read More

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Monsterland Reanimated

by Anita Lock

A coming-of-age page-turner, "Monsterland Reanimated" puts a whole new spin on the world of good and evil. What started as an act of altruism turns into a horror of monstrous proportions in Michael Okon’s "Monsterland Reanimated". A... Read More

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Raising Grandkids

by Melissa Wuske

Grandparents who are the primary caregivers for their grandchildren live incredibly complex lives. Their beautiful tapestry of self-sacrifice is laced with legal difficulties, children’s mental and emotional challenges, guilt and... Read More

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Hiding in America

by Billie Rae Bates

Mekhaeil is on a journey of self-discovery more than on a run from terrorists, and even more than that, he’s on a journey to the truth of the nature of God. Egyptian teenager and Coptic Christian Mekhaeil Zacharias gets a full dose of... Read More

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