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Reviews of Books with 264 Pages

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The Other Side of the Ocean

by Edith Wairimu

"The Other Side of the Ocean" is a powerful historical novel about surviving the traumas of civil war and the struggles of refugees abroad. Heartrending and hopeful, Beverley Bell’s historical novel "The Other Side of the Ocean" covers... Read More

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The Red Kitchen

by Mari Carlson

"The Red Kitchen" is an inspirational memoir about finding a way out of family drama. Through her memoir "The Red Kitchen", Barbara Clarke opens up key moments in her life to find healing. On the surface, Clarke’s family was an average... Read More

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From Darkness

by Karen Rigby

Childhood friends separated by death reunite in Kate Hazel Hall’s supernatural novel "From Darkness". Ari and Alex once played in the Australian wilds. Then Alex drowned, and Ari blamed herself. Years later, a snakebite should have... Read More

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A Place Called Zamora

by John M. Murray

Glimmers of discontent and secrets arise in a city that’s under authoritarian rule in "A Place Called Zamora", a promising start to a new dystopian series. In LB Gschwandtner’s dystopian novel "A Place Called Zamora", an unlikely... Read More

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Winter of the Wolf

by Angela McQuay

In Martha Hunt Handler’s young adult mystery "Winter of the Wolf", a girl recovering from her brother’s death searches for answers. Bean is devastated when her brother, Sam, is found dead after an apparent suicide. As her family... Read More

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