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Reviews of Books with 256 Pages

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

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Roots and Wings

by Karen Rigby

Inspiring and affirming, "Roots and Wings" is a business memoir with pithy lessons for both work and home. Margery Kraus’s personable career memoir "Roots and Wings" is about both leading a company and the parenting lessons that... Read More

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The Third Internecion

by John M. Murray

"The Third Internecion" concludes an epic fantasy trilogy with ruminations on the human condition. In Erik A. Otto’s trilogy-concluding, introspective fantasy "The Third Internecion", a land divided comes together to stop the end of... Read More

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by Angela McQuay

In Peter Robertson’s "Conclusion", healthy individuals can be scanned and “welded” to enjoy a guaranteed, healthy twenty more years of life. The catch is that they will die, or conclude, at the end of those two decades. Colin and... Read More

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by Rachel Jagareski

David Robertson of Vancouver’s Dirty Apron Cooking School and Delicatessen shares rustic yet sophisticated recipes and cooking advice in "Gather", an inviting cookbook tailored for relaxed sharing in the “collective joy” of... Read More

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Beverly, Right Here

by Vivian Turnbull

Poignant and with heartbreak and touches of humor throughout, Kate DiCamillo’s "Beverly, Right Here" is a tale about learning to trust in others and in oneself, related by fourteen-year-old Beverly Tapinski. There is nothing left for... Read More

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