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Reviews of Books with 258 Pages

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

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Anybody Home?

by John M. Murray

In Michael J. Seidlinger’s chilling novel "Anybody Home?", a quiet suburban home is the stage for a terrifying invasion. In this surreal version of modern life, home invasions are watched with glee behind closed doors. Here, an unnamed... Read More

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The Curious Case of Seaman Garber

by Karen Rigby

"The Curious Case of Seaman Garber" is a reflective novel in which a thoughtful boy works to understand a reclusive veteran’s story. The discovery of a dead Vietnam veteran hastens a boy’s maturation in B.K. Mayo’s engrossing novel... Read More

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Mermaid Tears

by Vivian Turnbull

"Mermaid Tears" is a touching middle grade story about the hard work of self-acceptance in the face of challenges. Wrought with symbolism and heartache, Susan L. Read’s "Mermaid Tears" is a middle grade novel about a young girl... Read More

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Hashtag Good Guy with a Gun

by Ho Lin

Packed with violence and mordant humor, Jeff Chon’s novel "Hashtag Good Guy with a Gun" is unsparing in delivering cutting commentary about contemporary America. When Scott, a disgraced former high school teacher, invades a pizza... Read More

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by Carolina Ciucci

Philip Chan’s bilingual self-help book is a thoughtful guide to achieving balance. Philip Chan’s self-help book "Enlighten" draws from personal experiences and traditional Chinese wisdom to forward useful advice for achieving... Read More

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Emerald Knight

by John M. Murray

Sorcerers, ancient dragons, and careful showdowns make this morality tale fascinating. In J. M. Sampson’s historical fantasy of heroic proportions, "Emerald Knight", a knight with rigid morals protects innocents and thwarts evil. In... Read More

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Green's Discovery

by Eileen Gonzalez

Green’s Discovery is, in some ways, the ultimate fantasy: a group of all-powerful aliens arrive, able and willing to fix every major problem on Earth. Alien visitors transform Earth into a proto-utopia in R. W. Karp’s science fiction... Read More

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