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Reviews of Books with 266 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 266 pages.

Book Review

Some Laneys Died

by Karen Rigby

"Some Laneys Died" is a young adult novel whose heroine learns that choices are endless, and that no matter the sorrows, love intervenes. In Brooke Skipstone’s spellbinding psychological thriller "Some Laneys Died", alternate lives... Read More

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The Night Weaver

by Mya Alexice

Something dark is waking up in Shadow Grove, and one teenager has the determination—and the family legacy—that’s necessary to set things right. Monique Snyman’s sinister and satisfying fantasy tale "The Night Weaver" is an... Read More

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Claiming T-Mo

by Peter Dabbene

Eugen Bacon’s novel "Claiming T-Mo" is a family saga of love and magic cast in an interplanetary setting. Told across a grand, multi-generational timescale, the story begins with Novic, a priest who disobeys the accepted tradition of... Read More

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Father Mark's Journal

by Jeremiah Rood

Father Mark’s Journal is an enjoyable mystery that explores the hidden life of a man of God. In B. A. Trice’s clever mystery novel Father Mark’s Journal, the intimate details of a priest’s life make a point about religion and... Read More

Book Review

Monster

by Peter Dabbene

Titan Comics presents a masterwork from longtime comics creator Enki Bilal—a collected edition of his four-part graphic novel "Monster". Nike Hatzfeld is an orphan of the 1990s Balkan War with a flawless memory. He remembers his... Read More

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Fields of Clover

by Katerie Prior

"Fields of Clover" is a loving story that idealizes a family history and a departed brother; it fascinates in art and genealogy. A love for both family and history are the cornerstones of Gregory Hugh Brown’s family biography Fields of... Read More

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