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Reviews of Books with 264 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 264 pages.

Book Review

Heart Medicine

by Melissa Wuske

Concerned with personal growth, Radhule Weininger’s empathetic and graceful book "Heart Medicine" is designed to help audiences break their harmful habits. People’s patterns can keep them from experiencing the lives they want,... Read More

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Underneath

by Eileen Gonzalez

A girl tells the story of how her mother killed her in Lily Hoang’s novel "Underneath". Arlene was only eleven when her mother, Martha, having already killed Arlene’s younger siblings, suffocated her in her own bed. Though Martha was... Read More

Book Review

Plan 103f

by Edith Wairimu

"Plan 103f" is a ranging Christian novel in which seven friends pursue their differing dreams. A compelling friendship develops between seven different people based in North Yorkshire in Jamie Kershaw’s Christian novel Plan 103f. Two... Read More

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The Undercover Book List

by Randi Hacker

In "The Undercover Book List", two twelve-year-olds forge a friendship based on their serendipitous connection to a library book. Jane is a self-professed book nerd. When her best friend, Sienna, a fellow reader, moves away, she suggests... Read More

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Feet of the Nevis

by Randi Hacker

In the fantasy novel "Feet of the Nevis", brave people face a dark, sinister threat to their society. In Terrence Pershall’s novel "Feet of the Nevis", the citizens of a peaceful agrarian hamlet face a supernatural wolf-man and his... Read More

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The Ghost Dancers

by Eileen Gonzalez

Written thirty years ago and now published posthumously, Adrian C. Louis’s novel "The Ghost Dancers" is about the violence that enables a father-son reunion. The Wilson family descends from a powerful medicine man, but the glory of the... Read More

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