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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 Andean Cross

by John M. Murray

Avid historians chase the truth in "The Andean Cross", a history-driven adventure novel. In Lawrence Clayton’s global adventure "The Andean Cross", a devoted team of divers discovers a lost ship and explores an alternate history. A... Read More

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Resurrection Girls

by Mya Alexice

Mystical and paranormal while at the same time all too real in its portrayal of grief, Ava Morgyn’s searing "Resurrection Girls" is a refined, startling debut that brims with authorial skill. Though geared toward young adults, it... Read More

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Write Better

by Melissa Wuske

Andrew T. LePeau’s "Write Better" is a comprehensive guide for nonfiction writers of all experience levels who are Christians. Writing well and living a spiritual life are two topics that are difficult to make plain, but this volume... Read More

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Pigs

by Mari Carlson

Six giant pigs, four kids, and a gang of adults on a magical island maintain a tenuous balance of power until two castaways show up in Johanna Stoberock’s probing literary novel, "Pigs". Every day, Luisa, Andrew, Mimi, and Natasha feed... Read More

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In Jerusalem

by Jeremiah Rood

What happens in Jerusalem is as much about family as it is about the Israeli-Palestinian divide. Lis Harris’s cultural and political history "In Jerusalem" combines deft analysis with open inquiries in search of the emotional truth... Read More

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Becoming Beatriz

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

Fifteen-year-old Beatriz Mendez lives a split life between school and gang life, caring for her mother and enforcing gang rules, dancing with an attractive Haitian boy, and carrying a razor blade tucked in her cheek. Set in the 1980s,... Read More

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