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Reviews of Books with 276 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 276 pages.

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Trials and Trails

by Susan Waggoner

Jim Halverson’s "Trials and Trails" is a panorama of the Old West overlaid by psychological theory. In Jim Halverson’s "Trials and Trails", two disaffected cowboys search for new lives in the post–Civil War West. LeRoy is an... Read More

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by Daniel Schindel

An unusual mixture of biography, comedy, action, and analysis, "Explosions" takes a tongue-in-cheek approach to one of the most popular but artistically dismissed film directors working today. Mathieu Poulin positions Michael Bay as a... Read More

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by Karen Rigby

Brave in its admission of past mistakes, this dark memoir finds hope for second chances. Julius Dion Bailey’s coming-of-age memoir Be-Longing: Triumph in the Mirror is an exploration of what it means to be a black man in contemporary... Read More

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Road to Isabelle

by Michelle Anne Schingler

"Road to Isabelle" is a swift and involving look at the vicious engagements of the First Indochina War. J. C. Bourg’s "Road to Isabelle" is a highly atmospheric account of the First Indochina War, as seen through the eyes of four... Read More

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A Time for Love

by Lillian Brown

"A Time for Love" is memorable for its genuine depiction of young and lasting love. Sabra Brown Steinsiek’s "A Time for Love" defies tropes and carves out a sweet niche in the vast romance genre. The fifth book in the Taylor’s Girls... Read More

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by Patty Comeau

"UFOs" prepares for the revelation of greater truths with a spirit of hopefulness. A. R. Roberts’s "UFOs" is an optimistic and serious exploration into the existence of relationships between extraterrestrial civilizations and... Read More

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