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Reviews of Books with 262 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 262 pages.

Book Review

Cotton Teeth

by Brandee Gruener

"Cotton Teeth" is a memoir that holds its audience in thrall by applying humor and style to its stories of endurance. Told with a comic’s dark wit, Glenn Rockowitz’s "Cotton Teeth" is an unsettling, unsparing memoir about the ravages... Read More

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The Last Words of James Joyce

by Karen Rigby

James Broderick’s "The Last Words of James Joyce" mixes murder into an irreverent campus satire. This eccentric story is led by a former PhD student who moonlights as a pornographic script writer, and who believes that he’s found one... Read More

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People of the Sun

by Vivian Turnbull

"People of the Sun" is an exciting time travel novel in which siblings jump from mortal danger to moral dilemmas, determined to save their timeline. Sarah and John thought that their time-traveling days were behind them, but when two... Read More

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Maire O'Ciaragain

by Delia Stanley

Maire O’Ciaragain is a bold historical fantasy novel centered on Irish traditions and spirituality; its brave leading ladies and magical elements hold attention. In Karin Elder’s historical fantasy novel Maire O’Ciaragain, an... Read More

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An Improbable Spy

by Michelle Newby

"An Improbable Spy" is a cryptic thriller: nothing is as it seems, and no one is who they say they are. David Paul Collins’s timely historical spy novel "An Improbable Spy" has all the elements of a classic Cold War-era tale, as the... Read More

Book Review

Off Island

by Karen Rigby

Lara Tupper’s melancholy alternative history combines the romance of visionary, socially outlying artists with down-to-earth events that reveal them as fallible people. "Off Island" reimagines Paul Gauguin’s final year and connects... Read More

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