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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 Illusion of Simple

by Eileen Gonzalez

In Charles Forrest Jones’s mystery novel "The Illusion of Simple", a murder exposes a struggling community’s unsavory side. No one in Stonewall, Kansas, liked Russ very much, so his murder is met with little surprise and less sorrow.... Read More

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Autonomy

by Eileen Gonzalez

A woman and an AI form a unique bond in Victoria Hetherington’s novel "Autonomy". In the near future: climate change has allowed the United States to take over Canada and impose draconian, conservative measures regulating what citizens... Read More

Book Review

Jawbone

by Meg Nola

In Mónica Ojeda’s sinuous novel "Jawbone", six wealthy private school girls form a dangerous clique. The six girls share obsessions with Instagram, crocodiles, La Llorona, Slender Man, and the cropped chic of... Read More

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Space Forces

by Joseph S. Pete

Fred Scharmen’s "Space Forces" charts the history of ideas about space travel and living in outer space. What do interplanetary aspirations say about societies, and what ramifications does space exploration have back on Earth? From the... Read More

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Abraham's Silence

by Jeremiah Rood

J. Richard Middleton’s impressive theological text considers how best to talk to God about human suffering and injustice. Exploring two pivotal biblical stories—those of Abraham and Job—to consider human communication with God, the... Read More

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