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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

Cyberjutsu

by Joseph S. Pete

"Cyberjutsu" is an educational technology guide that draws a link between the practices of ninjas and modern cyber security practices. Ben McCarty’s "Cyberjutsu" is practical as it explains the basics of contemporary cyber security via... Read More

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Bone Rosary

by Matt Sutherland

Giddy with reverence for a master, this page is honored to call attention to this best-of collection—featuring 140 poems from Thomas Lynch’s five previous books, along with forty-three new works. A former undertaker taken to... Read More

Book Review

Later

by Angela McQuay

In Stephen King’s entertaining new crime novel "Later", an adolescent can see dead people. After witnessing a bicycle crash and meeting the dead cyclist, Jamie’s life turns into a self-described horror story. His mother Tia, the... Read More

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The Great Peach Experiment

by Karen Rigby

In Erin Soderberg Downing’s winsome novel "The Great Peach Experiment", a bucket list road trip upends the Peach family’s typical summer plans. Lucy is the sensible older sister of Freddy, who’s ten, artistic, and loves to spout... Read More

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Escapology

by Melissa Wuske

Colin McAllister and Justin Ryan’s "Escapology" is a showcase of rustic architecture and interior design. You may want to pack your bag—or even call a moving company—before you read this book. It will lure you away from modern,... Read More

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Waste

by Rachel Jagareski

Catherine Coleman Flowers returned to Alabama’s Cotton Belt, a place she loves “despite its tortured history,” to continue her career in community and economic development; "Waste" is her motivational memoir of that homecoming. In... Read More

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