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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

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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Punks in Peoria

by Joseph S. Pete

"Punks in Peoria" pays unabashed, joyful homage to the punk rock scene in an average Rust Belt town. Charting the rise of punk bands in the music market between Chicago and St. Louis, where many young people felt dissatisfied with their... Read More

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Tante Eva

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Paula Bomer’s stark historical novel is set among the detritus left behind when the Berlin Wall fell. After World War II, Eva and her husband, Hugo, made the natural choice to live in the GDR, reasoning that communists saved him from... Read More

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The Queen Has a Cold

by John M. Murray

In Jane Kolven’s romantic comedy "The Queen Has a Cold", true love blossoms in a tiny European country. Sam arrives at graduate school eager to start her PhD program in gender studies. The first day is marked by a chance encounter with... Read More

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Woman in the Wild

by Molly Sprayregen

Susan Joy Paul’s "Woman in the Wild" is the perfect guidebook for any woman longing to get outdoors. Whether they’ve never set foot on a trail, or simply want to enhance their outdoor education, women will find what they’re looking... Read More

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