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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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Honeypot

by Eileen Gonzalez

E. Patrick Johnson’s oral history "Honeypot" takes a unique approach to preserving the lives of black queer women who were raised in the American South. Using a fictional framework to recount real-life oral histories, Johnson presents... Read More

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FoodWISE

by Tanisha Rule

Gigi Berardi’s passion for food is apparent in her guidebook "FoodWISE". Against a deluge of dieting suggestions, fads, and conflicting studies on nutrition, Berardi’s book acknowledges that it can be hard to know which aisle to... Read More

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Below the Moon

by Vivian Turnbull

Alexis Marie Chute’s fantasy novel "Below the Moon" is as fast and bizarre as its prequel, with enough new elements to keep the imagination soaring. Ella was supposed to be enjoying herself on a cruise before her inevitable death from... Read More

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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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