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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

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

Book Review

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

Book Review

Always a Guest

by Jeremiah Rood

By turns funny, heartbreaking, and inspiring, Barbara Brown Taylor’s sermon collection "Always a Guest" delights in the possibilities of God and faith. Made up of sermons that Taylor delivered while guest preaching during important... Read More

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Laurel Everywhere

by Karla Strand

With its themes of family, loss, sexuality, and self-discovery, Erin Moynihan’s "Laurel Everywhere" is a touching and quirky coming-of-age story. Laurel was named after the laurel bush, a nondescript plant that is found everywhere... Read More

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Witch Hunt

by Matt Sutherland

Why witches? What accounts for our Western fascination with women who hex and heal, summon demons and project power, eschew religion yet embrace religious iconography, live contentedly in darkness, anonymity, and seclusion? Most... Read More

Book Review

Earth Almanac

by Rebecca Foster

“Writing about experiences afield is a way of reliving them,” environmental reporter Ted Williams writes in "Earth Almanac", which synthesizes half a century of his nature observations into essays that mark the changing of the... Read More

Book Review

Forget Me Not

by Karen Rigby

In Sarah M. Eden’s graceful historical romance "Forget Me Not", a marriage is arranged between once-friends who grew apart. Julia always looked up to her neighbor, Lucas, as a beloved older brother. But Lucas left for an adventurous... Read More

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