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Reviews of Books with 256 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 256 pages.

Book Review

Three

by Michelle Anne Schingler

D. A. Mishani’s "Three" is a gripping novel that begins with an affair and continues through the salacious surprises and everyday horrors of contemporary dating. What pains Orna most about her recent divorce is that her ex-husband is... Read More

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The Collective

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

"The Collective" is Lindsey Whitlock’s alternative American history novel. It’s set in the early 1800s in rural Badfish Creek, a community deep in the Illinois territory where trappers, escaped slaves, and anarchists build their... Read More

Book Review

Raven's Witness

by Bianca Bowers

Slow down and contemplate how progress has come to trump stability through Hank Lentfer’s evocative, absorbing, and relevant biography Raven’s Witness—a timely reminder to replace “never enough” mantras with those that... Read More

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Vera Kelly Is Not a Mystery

by Delia Stanley

In Rosalie Knecht’s Vera Kelly is Not a Mystery, a former CIA agent balances her work duties with romance in her new role as a private investigator. Vera hoped for a more normal life after being abandoned by the CIA, but when she loses... Read More

Book Review

Tree Story

by Matt Sutherland

Oh, the things we know by the way trees grow: about the planet’s climate over the past couple thousand years, about population fluctuation from ancient Rome forward, about solar radiation variations, atmospheric pressure systems,... Read More

Book Review

Nerve

by Matt Sutherland

To what can we attribute a phobia? Is it a bad memory metastasized, or is extreme fear unrelated, or not always related, to memory? Furthermore, what exactly happens when we feel fear? Does the feeling of fear prompt the body to tighten... Read More

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