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Reviews of Books with 264 Pages

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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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Sing for the Dead

by Angela McQuay

"Sing for the Dead" is a thrilling mystery that harks back to the glory days of pulp fiction. Packed with action and suspicious characters, Cynthia Drew’s satisfying "Sing for the Dead" is a hard-boiled mystery with nonstop twists. A... Read More

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City of Shards

by Katerie Prior

"City of Shards" is a dazzling and captivating introduction to a new fantasy adventure series. In Steve Rodgers’s fantasy City of Shards, a boy learns that the hero’s journey is never a straight path; sometimes, the only way forward... Read More

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The Network Sage

by Paige Van De Winkle

"The Network Sage" is a useful and well-researched self-help book that forwards methods for analyzing and changing relationships for the better. Glenna Crooks’s inclusive and enlightening self-help book, "The Network Sage", includes... Read More

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Far from Land

by Matt Sutherland

Just where and how life began on earth is uncertain—deep sea vents, tide pools, and hot springs all provide rational explanations—but water was certainly involved, and as single-cell organisms gave way to more complex forms of life,... Read More

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The Chesapeake in Focus

by Rachel Jagareski

Tom Pelton’s "The Chesapeake in Focus" introduces the complicated story of the region’s environmental restoration. The nation’s largest estuary straddles a wide swath of the eastern coastline, and is impacted by agricultural and... Read More

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