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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

A Delicate Dance of Souls

by Delia Stanley

"A Delicate Dance of Souls" is a mature romance that’s infused with spiritual ideas. In Karen D. Hamilton’s spiritual romance "A Delicate Dance of Souls", characters navigate their feelings for each other and the mental blocks that... Read More

Book Review

Open Fire

by Karen Rigby

In 1917, Maria Bochkareva commanded the Women’s Battalion of Death, a unit in the Russian army that fought against invading Germany. In Amber Lough’s novel "Open Fire", this episode in women’s military history is the piercing... Read More

Book Review

Meat Planet

by Rachel Jagareski

Benjamin Aldes Wurgaft’s "Meat Planet" is a thoughtful examination of the technological, ethical, and cultural issues swirling around the development of artificial flesh. It’s a quick-witted, journalistic survey of lab-cultured... Read More

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Halo of Power

by Benjamin Welton

"Halo of Power" is an addictive political thriller focused on the biggest sociopolitical questions of our time. Jeremy Holden’s thriller "Halo of Power" continues the adventures of Mal Thomas, the world’s most exciting advertising... Read More

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Sweeney on the Rocks

by Linda Thorlakson

Allen Morris Jones’s "Sweeney on the Rocks" is a quick-witted, dark-humored crime novel whose clever plot twists and morbid sarcasm never let up. Its characters, relationships, and mob-versus-the-law moralities are excavated to an... Read More

Book Review

Clifford

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Acclaimed First Nations writer Harold R. Johnson returns with "Clifford", a stirring family memoir and a tribute to Johnson’s beloved brother, whose funeral was the impetus for returning to their childhood home. Through wispy images of... Read More

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