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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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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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Generation Manifestation

by Karen Rigby

In this layered dystopian novel, teenagers fight to survive the cruel manipulations of an unjust society. A teenager tries to distinguish herself in a world divided by beliefs about genetic superiority in Steven Bereznai’s dystopian... Read More

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Birds Sing before Sunrise

by Benjamin Welton

"Birds Sing before Sunrise" is high-minded thriller that builds upon political insights using excellently placed characters. Jan Smolders’s "Birds Sing before Sunrise" is a muscular political thriller set in the controversial milieu of... Read More

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Hunters of Hahl

by John M. Murray

"Hunters of Hahl" is a character-driven fantasy that brims with heartfelt ideas about family and culture. In Jack Henry Psaila’s compelling fantasy "Hunters of Hahl", a society unites in the hopes of defeating a towering monster. A... Read More

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The Cat Men of Gotham

by Rachel Jagareski

Peggy Gavan’s atmospheric Cat Men of Gotham retells forty-two true stories of Old New York felines and the men who cared for them. Culled from newspaper and magazine archives from the 1880s to the 1930s, these tales about cat mascots... Read More

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Love, Inc.

by Matt Sutherland

Of all the figurative flavors of Kool-Aid to keep you from facing reality, perhaps the most popular is the belief that falling in love quickly leads to a life lived happily ever after. Sorry, Cinderella, it takes a little more than... Read More

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