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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

Hakim’s Odyssey

by Peter Dabbene

A Syrian refugee experiences financial difficulties, family separation and loss, and a dangerous sea crossing in this second volume of "Hakim’s Odyssey". Forced to flee Syria, Hakim now lives in Turkey with his wife, Najmeh, and his... Read More

Book Review

Fable

by Matt Benzing

In the gripping fantasy novel "Fable", supernatural elements break into the real world as friendships turn dark and deadly. In Daniel James’s intriguing fantasy novel "Fable", teenagers and drug pushers exist in a gritty world into... Read More

Book Review

Lift

by Jeremiah Rood

"Lift" is an optimistic work that encourages leaders to depend on their personal resilience and social awareness when it comes to charting their organizations’ next steps. Faisal Hoque’s encouraging leadership book "Lift" looks for... Read More

Book Review

My Annihilation

by Karen Mulvahill

“Turn the page, and you may give up your entire life” begins "My Annihilation", Fuminori Nakamura’s jigsaw puzzle of a novel exploring themes of connection and consequence through personal identity and responsibility. In a remote... Read More

Book Review

Kanazawa

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

A husband and wife must reconcile their differing visions of their future in David Joiner’s evocative novel "Kanazawa". Emmitt’s work as an English professor leaves him distressed and disconnected. He believes leaving his position... Read More

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