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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

Passover

by Holly Jordan

"Passover" is a novel that powerfully reevaluates the evil choices individuals make, choices often disguised as solutions for the greater good. Jeff Yocum’s compelling novel "Passover" conveys the banality of evil and follows cycles of... Read More

Book Review

Sunday out of Nowhere

by Matt Sutherland

Sit next to me, Brian Swann. Be my companion. I sense in you what’s missing from my life: a voice of reason, tranquility, unmistakable originality. The author of all manner of work—anthologies of Native American literature,... Read More

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Survive Shift Work

by Melissa Wuske

"Survive Shift Work" shines a much-needed light on the pitfalls of graveyard shift jobs. Stephen Wilmot’s "Survive Shift Work" proposes a compelling, easy-to-follow, and powerful means of handling the strain of nonstandard working... Read More

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Cade's Rebellion

by Robin Farrell Edmunds

Intelligent and lingering, Sheehy’s book is a look at a different kind of life just inside the Washington Beltway. Edward Sheehy’s Cade’s Rebellion is a smart, memorable story of clashing cultures. Jack Cade, a veteran of the war... Read More

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Wire Mother Monkey Baby

by Rebecca Hussey

The novel’s descriptions of trying to find human connection in a world driven by materialism are both thought provoking and darkly funny. Rob Reynolds’s "Wire Mother Monkey Baby" is a comic, voice-driven novel of ideas. Consisting of... Read More

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