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Reviews of Books with 254 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 254 pages.

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Moonstone Hero

by Karen Rigby

In the musing adventure novel "Moonstone Hero", three strangers are forced together after a mountain climbing emergency. In David Sklar’s multiperspective novel "Moonstone Hero", a group of international climbers makes a fateful ascent... Read More

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The Wrinkly Ranch

by Edith Wairimu

"The Wrinkly Ranch" is the shocking memoir of a long-term care worker whose stories are used to forward suggestions for system improvement. Tristan Squire-Smith’s unvarnished memoir "The Wrinkly Ranch" gathers his unpredictable daily... Read More

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Escape to the Wildey

by Jeremiah Rood

"Escape to the Wildey" is a fun romantic thriller that proves that you are never too old to find love and adventure. David Kempher’s zany romantic thriller "Escape to the Wildey" follows an older couple on a wild adventure. Elderly... Read More

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Dare to Do Nothing

by Kristine Morris

This tongue-in-cheek self-help text takes nonattachment to new heights. Humorous and edgy, Amy Minty’s self-help book "Dare to Do Nothing" is a call to toss out work, stress, and obligations of all types and begin to enjoy a life that... Read More

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Drained

by John M. Murray

In the dystopian young adult novel "Drained", a resistance group works to overthrow a burgeoning dictatorship. In Marc Daniel Acriche’s apocalyptic novel "Drained", a high school senior gambles her life to free New York from the grips... Read More

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Not the Real Jupiter

by Karen Rigby

Amateur sleuth and literary translator Cassandra Reilly returns in Barbara Wilson’s "Not the Real Jupiter", an engrossing mystery about the secrets behind a small Portland press. Cassandra is translating the work of a fiery Uruguayan,... Read More

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