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Reviews of Books with 257 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 257 pages.

Book Review

Silence and Beauty

by Meagan Logsdon

This illuminating, unique composition was crafted by the hands of a master. Makoto Fujimura’s "Silence and Beauty" is a prismatic analysis of Shusaku Endo’s novel Silence and a glimpse into the often enigmatic culture of Japan.... Read More

Book Review

Heart Attack and Vine

by Stephanie Bucklin

In this follow-up to Phoef Sutton’s debut, Crush, a novel that Lee Child called “as slick as a switchblade with a pearl handle,” Los Angeles bodyguard and bouncer Caleb Rush, known as Crush, finds himself in the midst of a new mess... Read More

Book Review

Monsieur Ambivalence

by Holly Wren Spaulding

With a unique pace and logic, the text provides a desirable space in which to consider any number of interesting ideas about solitude and connection. Inspired by Blaise Pascal, a 17th-century philosopher best known for his posthumous... Read More

Book Review

Pray for Us Sinners

by Lynn Evarts

Fischer’s latest murder-mystery installment shows his love for classic Hollywood names, secrets, and scandals. Fascinating cover art heralds the further exploits of movie publicist Joe Bernardi as he tackles the larger-than-life... Read More

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Farewell to Kosovo

by Mark McLaughlin

“Now we, the Turks, have become the enemy in our own country,” laments a refugee leading a convoy of villagers fleeing the advancing Serbian army. Cries similar to this one spoken by a character in Omer Ertur’s stunning and very... Read More

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