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Reviews of Books with 271 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 271 pages.

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In the Land of the Blind

by Susan Waggoner

"In the Land of the Blind" is an intelligent novel focused on an idealistic psychoanalyst and his patients. In Robert Schulman’s contemporary novel "In the Land of the Blind", a struggling analyst gives glimpses behind the scenes of... Read More

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Savage Joy

by Felicia Topp

"Savage Joy" encapsulates an era as it captures searches for meaning and connection. Robert Dunn’s brisk and engaging "Savage Joy" captures a distinct cultural era—a 1970s New York City, when the scene raged with punk music and the... Read More

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The Girl at the Bar

by J. G. Stinson

This is a refreshing thriller, with a compassionate protagonist and a complex set of crimes to solve. Prepare for a roller-coaster ride of a thriller: Nicholas Nash’s "The Girl at the Bar" mixes a beautiful woman, an unemployed Wall... Read More

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Not Really Gone

by Melissa Wuske

This compelling memoir provides a friendly comfort, especially for those with a loved one who is slowly dying. "Not Really Gone", by Blaire Sharpe, is a memoir about a grandmother’s deep, abiding love. While Sharpe’s story is sad and... Read More

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Revisited Feelings

by Sheila M. Trask

Reality television has nothing on the modern romance novel. Hidden passions and family secrets can provide as much drama on the printed page as they do on the small screen. In Kateisha Shekila Minors’s Revisited Feelings: From a... Read More

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The Survivors

by Heather Seggel

It’s impossible to read "The Survivors" without being reminded of another very popular series. It, too, featured characters who look young but are ancient, are prone to complex love triangles, and have strikingly odd skin. But enough... Read More

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Visions of the Multiverse

by Kai White

Dr. Steven Manly’s Visions of the Multiverse, begins with a welcome to “the multiple universe reality, whatever that is.” This tongue-in-cheek style permeates the conversational tone of a book that seeks to provide the layperson... Read More

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