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Reviews of Books with 270 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 270 pages.

Book Review

Hot Air

by Carolina Ciucci

Arnold Falls lives and breathes and grows in "Hot Air", a comedic novel about a picturesque small town and its equally picturesque inhabitants. Charlie Suisman’s "Hot Air" is a charming novel centered on the townspeople of Arnold... Read More

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The Sword and the Rose

by Mari Carlson

"The Sword and the Rose" is a memoir about practicing faith that expresses hope that people can work toward making this a better world. Tara Sufiana’s soulful memoir "The Sword and the Rose" covers travel and five years spent with a... Read More

Book Review

The Almost Queen

by Danielle Ballantyne

The fantasy novel "The Almost Queen" begins in the aftermath of eight years of war, when Aulen is soaked in blood. Terran comes to its throne having lost his entire family in the war. He most wants to forge peace, both between the... Read More

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Immortal Blood

by John M. Murray

Set in a rich realm between the magical and the mundane, the fantasy novel "Immortal Blood" finds a young man facing a supernatural assault on his lineage. In Shawna Bennett’s swift fantasy novel "Immortal Blood", a family prepares to... Read More

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Sorrow

by Randi Hacker

"Sorrow" is a romantic novel whose reluctant antihero is forced to learn the lessons necessary to turn him into the hero of his own life. In Tiffanie DeBartolo’s novel of redemption and enlightenment, Sorrow, a self-critical young man... Read More

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Hungry

by Meredith Grahl Counts

Tethered to their smartphones and overwhelmed by news and work, people are looking for what really matters. Eve Turow-Paul’s terrific "Hungry" probes these and other aspects of modern life, including how people eat, shop, and commune,... Read More

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