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Reviews of Books with 272 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 272 pages.

Book Review

The Friendship Lie

by Jessie Horness

Cora, her twin brother Kyle, and their friend Sybella have been inseparable since the second grade. As they start fifth grade, though, conflict arises between Cora and Sybella, and their best-friendship seems doomed. Told through the... Read More

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Second Sight

by Claire Foster

Aoife Clifford’s "Second Sight" is a gripping, gut-wrenching thriller. Set in Kinsale, Australia, the novel moves at a tantalizing pace. Eliza discovers Kinsale’s blackened heart, with new horrors revealed at every turn. After a... Read More

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Sophie Halaby in Jerusalem

by Karen Rigby

Little known outside of Palestine, Sophie Halaby was a Russian-Arab painter, Jerusalemite, and member of a prominent Christian family. Laura S. Schor’s "Sophie Halaby in Jerusalem" is a careful, elegant portrait that highlights the... Read More

Book Review

Picturing Apollo 11

by Matt Sutherland

In the middle of the last century, before Vietnam, Iraq, immigration woes, global warming denial, and other spoilers damaged the brand, the United States enjoyed rock star status for leading the Allies to victory in WWII, defending the... Read More

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Dakota in Exile

by Joe Taylor

In "Dakota in Exile", Linda M. Clemmons tells the little-known story of the Dakota from their perspective: how their men were executed and imprisoned while their women and children were sent to a distant, barren land. Clemmons examines... Read More

Book Review

Making Eden

by Barry Silverstein

"Making Eden" is a sweeping history of plant evolution that demonstrates both the development and fragility of plant life. Natural sciences professor David Beerling’s book is a comprehensive evolutionary history that traces the birth... Read More

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