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Reviews of Books with 268 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 268 pages.

Book Review

The Griefmaker

by Karen Rigby

Set in a small Midwestern town, the novel "The Griefmaker" follows two men through their family trials. In George Gurley’s novel "The Griefmaker", a small town is polarized over plans for the local land. The Tenbrooks once owned a... Read More

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From the Lighthouse

by Michele Sharpe

In Chad Musick’s novel "From the Lighthouse", a mysterious nonbinary person searches for their place in the multidimensional universe. Musick holds a PhD in mathematics and lectures on knot theory, which informs the novel’s looping... Read More

Book Review

Win Me Something

by Eileen Gonzalez

A young woman figures out how to belong in Kyle Lucia Wu’s novel "Win Me Something". Willa isn’t passionate about being a nanny, but it beats working at another coffee shop. Her latest charge is Bijou, a precocious nine-year-old next... Read More

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God Is

by Edith Wairimu

"God Is" is an enthusiastic argument for the existence and benevolence of God. Garland Grimes’s bold religious treatise "God Is" introduces God to audiences from a Christian standpoint. Standing against the religious pessimism that it... Read More

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Espoused

by Randi Hacker

"Espoused" is a clever satirical novel whose approach to marriage, commitment, and love is thought provoking. In Jean Marie Davis’s satirical novel "Espoused", marriages are legally dissolved after fifteen years, and those who wish to... Read More

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