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Reviews of Books with 265 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 265 pages.

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Cyberwars

by Samantha Ann Ehle

In the modern thriller "Cyberwars", a new spy sits poised on the edge of a war that’s bigger than anyone understands. Centering relations between the US and Russia, Avraham Shama’s thriller "Cyberwars" follows along as an affluent... Read More

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Write a Must-Read

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

"Write a Must-Read" is a direct, substantive guide for aspiring authors who want to craft audience-centered nonfiction books. AJ Harper, a ghost writer and a writing coach, provides would-be writers with the scaffolding and coaching... Read More

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The Happiness Thief

by John M. Murray

"The Happiness Thief" is a psychological thriller in which a woman confronts the truth about a horrific car crash. In Nicole Bokat’s psychological thriller "The Happiness Thief", a woman grapples with the mental fallout of her... Read More

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The Joy of Sorcery

by Carol Booton

In Sten Nadolny’s masterful "The Joy of Sorcery", magic, love, and family illuminate a tragic time in world history. Pahroc is the sorcerer son of a Paiute Indian man and a Berliner woman. In a series of letters to his young... Read More

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In the Weeds

by Meg Nola

Daniel Browne’s "In the Weeds" is set in Brooklyn, New York’s famously diverse borough of neighborhoods. In recent decades, Brooklyn’s status has changed; it is no longer shadowed by mighty Manhattan. Brooklyn is a destination of... Read More

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Lala Pettibone's Act Two

by Vernieda Vergara

This comical take on a woman’s second coming-of-age is breezy and whimsical. Heidi Mastrogiovanni demonstrates that even middle-age adults can come of age in the hilarious and uplifting Lala Pettibone’s Act Two. Its whimsical... Read More

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Memories from the East

by Julia Ann Charpentier

A heartbreaking coming-of-age story set against the backdrop of China, Abdulla Kazim’s "Memories from the East" explores a traumatized man’s psyche as he prepares to commit suicide at the age of twenty-nine. Gerald Arsov watched as... Read More

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