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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

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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Topping Out

by Susan Waggoner

Without sugarcoating the harshness of ranchers’ lives, "Topping Out" is a broad-canvas memoir about a way of life valued for the freedom, beauty, and independence it provided. Katherine Wonn Harris’s winning memoir, "Topping Out",... Read More

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Hummingbirds between the Pages

by Karen Rigby

In Chris Arthur’s masterful, elegant essay collection "Hummingbirds between the Pages", expansive and granular meditations on time, language, nature, mortality, and Northern Ireland capture wonder in the everyday. Taking its title from... Read More

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The Gold Shaper

by Aimee Jodoin

"The Gold Shaper" is a fast-paced, exciting coming-of-age story about identity and the search for a deeper purpose. The second novel in a trilogy, Philip Atlas Clausen’s "The Gold Shaper" puts a twist on the western genre by pairing a... Read More

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