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Reviews of Books with 269 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 269 pages.

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Becoming Herself

by Edith Wairimu

As its lead character forges her identity against the more restrictive expectations of those around her, "Becoming Herself" is inspiring. In Maureen Reid’s compelling historical novel "Becoming Herself", a woman’s role in her... Read More

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The Last Centurion

by Constance Augusta A. Zaber

Surrealistic tones emphasize heavy questions of empire-building and cultural subsumption in this thoughtful archaeology novel. Set in the cutthroat world of classical archaeology, Bernard Schopen’s "The Last Centurion" is a story in... Read More

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Billionaires

by John Senger

West’s book is the canary in the coal mine, as far as keeping democracy sustainable in the United States. If the strategy of the super wealthy to “get a senator,” as described by Darrell M. West in Billionaires: Reflections on the... Read More

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Prairie Journey

by Sara Budzik

A girl journeys into the unknown American West with her family, facing danger and loneliness with the bravery of a pioneer. Friendship, bravery, and hard truths about love and loss are central themes in this story about twelve-year-old... Read More

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Killer Weed

by Thomas H. Brennan

Crisp and visual imagery, brisk and humorous dialogue—this novel’s prose will capture the attention of those interested in San Francisco’s hippie history. Michael Castleman’s "Killer Weed" is a nostalgic remembrance of the... Read More

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Zen Confidential

by Trina Carter

Memoir of Zen Buddhist debunks myth of the monk as a person who has sacrificed a “juicy” life, with dark humor and an exploration of anger and deviance. This slender collection of essays is a showcase for Haubner’s abilities as a... Read More

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