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Reviews of Books with 260 Pages

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The Escalator

by Mari Carlson

"The Escalator" is a sympathetic novel in which a peculiar family is impacted by the predicaments of an era. In Andrew Budden’s novel Escalator, a family’s period of mourning is complicated by Brexit and a pandemic. William was a... Read More

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The 6ixth Evolution

by Edith Wairimu

Responding to contemporary economic strains, the ambitious business book "The 6ixth Evolution" proposes means of restoring macro systems—and of prospering despite economic convulsions. Larry G. Straub’s ambitious career guide "The... Read More

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Thirty-Three Years

by Matt Benzing

The informative memoir "Thirty-Three Years" rides along through a veteran officer’s long career in law enforcement. Rob G. Rothwell’s often engrossing memoir "Thirty-Three Years" is about his law enforcement career in British... Read More

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For Want of Wings

by Kristen Rabe

Jill Hunting’s "For Want of Wings" is the enrapturing, wide-ranging, and thoughtful account of her great-grandfather’s discovery of a rare dinosaur fossil in 1872. Tom Russell was on a Yale student expedition to Kansas when he... Read More

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Though the Earth Gives Way

by Mari Carlson

Set in the near future, Mark S. Johnson’s ominous novel "Though the Earth Gives Way" imagines American life in the wake of climate disasters. Elon—alone in a desolate, looted, and ravaged landscape with his thoughts and a shopping... Read More

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Living on Purpose

by Jenna Jaureguy

Evincing a sense of respect for every person, "Living on Purpose" is a self-help book about recognizing and normalizing one’s insecurities. Amy Eliza Wong’s motivational and compassionate self-help book "Living on Purpose" suggests... Read More

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This Is Not Your Country

by Kristen Rabe

The poignant, masterful short stories in Amin Ahmad’s "This Is Not Your Country" describe the experiences of Indian immigrants struggling to find meaning and fulfillment in America. These powerful stories capture both the hard-won... Read More

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