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Reviews of Books with 260 Pages

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

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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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SELF-ish

by Karen Rigby

"SELF-ish" is Chloe Schwenke’s memoir, following her journey from a male upbringing to life as a woman. From reflections on identity to the reactions of coworkers, family, and friends, this candid account walks an exhilarating,... Read More

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Meet Me in the Strange

by Hannah Hohman

In an intoxicating swirl of futuristic imagery and existential inner reflection, "Meet Me in the Strange" treats music and spirituality as one and the same. Davi lives in a wondrous hotel in a city filled with oddities and beauties. In... Read More

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The Han Agent

by Benjamin Welton

"The Han Agent" is a surefire genre hit, fast-paced and full of elements of mystery and adventure. In the gripping thriller "The Han Agent" by Amy Rogers, World War II-era history, ultranationalism, and biological genocide intertwine.... Read More

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Holy Rover

by Michelle Anne Schingler

The respect that Erickson evinces both for the God of her chosen tradition, and for the gods that came before, is scintillating. Travel writer Lori Erickson—once a Wiccan, now a deacon, whose spirit animal is ferocious—is on a... Read More

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Ephaidria

by Tia Smith

"Ephaidria" is a suspenseful, out-of-this-world adventure with breathtaking world-building and fun, lovable characters. Jim Grieco’s "Ephaidria" is a complex science fiction and fantasy novel that builds up a world of magic and... Read More

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