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Reviews of Books with 272 Pages

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

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by Rachel Jagareski

Katerina Nitsou’s "Macedonia" is a vibrant introduction to a Balkan culture and cuisine that is “modest, simple, and honest.” Though there is a present-day country of North Macedonia, Nitsou’s work identifies Macedonia as a... Read More

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Bitter Magic

by Catherine Thureson

Based on the life story of a confessed witch, Nancy Hayes Kilgore’s engrossing historical novel "Bitter Magic" concerns a teenager with a dangerous interest in magic. In the harsh religious climate of seventeenth-century Scotland,... Read More

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by Peter Dabbene

A pair of telepaths fight for their lives, and the future, in the surreal, poetic science fiction world of the graphic novel "Celestia". Celestia is an island that once served as refuge from a great invasion. Now, it’s inhabited by... Read More

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Our Own Worst Enemy

by Eileen Gonzalez

Tom Nichols examines the current state and possible future of liberal democracy in "Our Own Worst Enemy". In decades past, Nichols says, democratic nations had to protect themselves from external, physical threats. But countries around... Read More

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Barcelona Dreaming

by Karen Rigby

Linked by incisive narrators and chance encounters, Rupert Thomson’s alluring novel "Barcelona Dreaming" braids three stories into a lush exploration of love and unmet longings. In “The Giant of Sarriá,” Amy, a British expat,... Read More

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Doubting Thomas

by Monica Carter

"Doubting Thomas" is a harrowing novel in which Thomas, a gay teacher, is falsely accused of inappropriate touching. Thomas is a fourth grade teacher at a prestigious private school. He is dedicated and well liked, and his teaching... Read More

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