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Reviews of Books with 260 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 260 pages.

Book Review

The Camino Made Easy

by Kristine Morris

"The Camino Made Easy" is an inviting guide to a travel adventure filled with cultural and spiritual enrichment. For those who feel called to the ancient practice of pilgrimage but who are not into the physical pain and stress associated... Read More

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East

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Job was born just in time to watch the promise of the former United States fade definitively away. Kirk Kjeldsen’s darkly realistic postapocalyptic novel "East" begins in the small Oregon town where Job grew up—where the mines lie... Read More

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The Truth About Leaving

by Karen Rigby

In Natalie Blitt’s romance, "The Truth About Leaving", high school senior Lucy Green discovers that things seldom go as planned. Fresh on the heels of a breakup, Lucy meets Dov Meiri, a new Israeli student whose future as a conscript... Read More

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Record Scratch

by John M. Murray

J. J. Hensley’s enthralling detective novel "Record Scratch" blends music, violence, and mental health. While working as an undercover cop, Trevor Galloway was tortured with heroin; now, he can not only invoke visions of crime scenes,... Read More

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Selling to China

by Ho Lin

"Selling to China" is an engaging, authoritative guide that provides many useful tips for building a business in China that can last. When it comes to selling products in modern China, sometimes what a company thinks it knows, based on... Read More

Book Review

On the Future

by Rebecca Foster

Martin Rees has been England’s Astronomer Royal since 1995; he also taught at Cambridge University. With his prestigious scientific background, he is well-positioned to comment on the opportunities and threats that humanity faces in... Read More

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Kick-Ass Kinda Girl

by Aimee Jodoin

"Kick-Ass Kinda Girl" is an entertaining roller coaster of a memoir whose second half will be particularly pertinent to caregivers. From being childhood friends with Lucille Ball’s daughter to becoming acquainted with President George... Read More

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