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Reviews of Books with 278 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 278 pages.

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A Better Next

by Delia Stanley

"A Better Next" is a sensitive drama that follows the day-by-day challenges of starting over. Maren Cooper’s dramatic novel "A Better Next" follows a resilient woman through her divorce and career as she learns to live on her own.... Read More

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Awchewa

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

"Awchewa" is a magical story in which a journey into the past forever alters a girl’s plans for the future. When mysterious visions begin plaguing a young girl, she discovers a hidden past and a heritage rich in power in Nita Bauer’s... Read More

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At Death's Door

by Susan Waggoner

These stories are certain to make those dealing with terminal illness feel less alone. At Death’s Door by Sebastian Sepulveda and Gini Graham Scott provides practical and compassionate insights for health-care professionals, as well as... Read More

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The Templar Legacy

by Robin Farrell Edmunds

"The Templar Legacy" is a smart, riveting historical adventure that piques interest in the time following the Crusades. In Peter Tallon’s riveting historical adventure "The Templar Legacy", two Englishmen accompany the last remaining... Read More

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Variance

by Shana Creaney

Moral and ethical conundrums dominate in this futuristic science fiction adventure. "Variance" by Josen Llave is a militaristic action-adventure story that takes place in the distant future and revolves around differing systems of belief... Read More

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Lucia Zárate

by Nancy Walker

The sad life story of the diminutive Lucia Zárate is intriguing and informative. Cecilia Velástegui’s historical novel, "Lucia Zárate", chronicles the extraordinary life of the tiniest person who ever lived. The opening pages,... Read More

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