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Reviews of Books with 258 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 258 pages.

Book Review

Orphan Station

by Delia Stanley

John Kent’s "Orphan Station" is an emotional, heroic coming-of-age tale that sees the universe through the eyes of a young girl in space as she searches for the truth about her family. Selene Sotana is a bright, creative preteen who... Read More

Book Review

She Said Destroy

by Aimee Jodoin

Bulkin’s enormous imagination is on full display here: trippy, nightmarish, and unforgettable. Nadia Bulkin’s thirteen stories are as diverse in their themes as they are in their settings, yet they piece together excellently to... Read More

Book Review

The Gold Hunter

by Meagan Logsdon

This gold rush novel is intriguing in its explorations of human greed. Philip Atlas Clausen’s "The Gold Hunter" employs the California gold rush as a backdrop for this morality tale of greed and corruption that often wanders into... Read More

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Ghosts and Ashes

by John M. Murray

This is a rollicking adventure that blends elements from westerns, sci-fi, YA, and romance into a cohesive page-flipping thrill ride. Ghosts & Ashes pits a burgeoning technopath against a powerful military, a despotic villain, and a... Read More

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