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Reviews of Books with 268 Pages

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The Supremacy

by Gregory A. Lowe

This action-packed science fiction novel has vivid, beautiful settings and characters with depth. Eric Peter Brown’s "The Supremacy" is a science fiction epic with an eclectic cast of characters, unique fantastic settings, and a... Read More

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Father's Day

by Susan Waggoner

This surprising novel explores the not-so-perfect lives inside an insular religious community. Coincidence, Christianity, and the past collide in Gary Kyriazi’s introspective morality tale, Father’s Day. It’s the afternoon before... Read More

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Joe Peas

by Amanda Adams

"Joe Peas" is a compelling slice of quaint rural Southern life. "Joe Peas" by Sam Newsome is the tale of a seemingly innocuous Italian house painter who, through a series of hijinks, positively impacts a small town in North Carolina.... Read More

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Apocalyptic Anxiety

by Kristen Rabe

Anthony Aveni’s "Apocalyptic Anxiety" is an astute and engaging guide to the many themes and variations of apocalyptic thinking in American history. Whether the end is envisioned as a religious second coming or the realization of a... Read More

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The KingBee

by Lynn Evarts

This historical mystery novel may interest young readers who crave insights into the past. "The KingBee" by George S. Haines is an old-fashioned young adult detective story with a historical flavor. The fifth title in its series, "The... Read More

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