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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

A Matter of Scale

by Eileen Gonzalez

"A Matter of Scale" is a beginner’s guide to low-carbon energy sources and the role they may play in a more environmentally friendly future. In his science book "A Matter of Scale", Preston Charles Urka lays out his case for ramping up... Read More

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by Susan Waggoner

"Leeteg" is the fascinating biography of an artist who captured Tahitian life at an appealing time in its history. C. J. Cook’s biography "Leeteg" is set in Tahiti prior to World War II; it addresses the art of painting on velvet via... Read More

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My Good Son

by Paige Van De Winkle

About difficult and rewarding connections across generational and cultural divides, Yang Huang’s novel "My Good Son" is a captivating masterpiece centered around a father and son in post-Tiananmen Square China. Despite Mr. Cai’s best... Read More

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Catch the Rabbit

by Kristen Rabe

In Lana Bastašić’s inventive, passionate novel "Catch the Rabbit", childhood friends reunite for a road trip from Bosnia to Vienna. Sara fled Bosnia to build a new life in Dublin with her boyfriend, Michael. Ensconced in an apartment... Read More

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Anyone for Edmund?

by Wendy Hinman

Simon Edge’s rollicking novel "Anyone for Edmund?" romps through Medieval British history with style. A team of archaeologists discovers the bones of St. Edmund, the English king and martyr, beneath tennis courts that are near the... Read More

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A Proper Scoundrel

by John M. Murray

In Esther Hatch’s endearing romance "A Proper Scoundrel", a railroad owner and a notorious rogue fake a relationship, only to find the seeds of love. Diana is the successful owner of two railroad lines with plans of opening more. The... Read More

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