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Reviews of Books with 280 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 280 pages.

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by Jeremiah Rood

In the frightening science fiction novel "Swarm", a soldier takes on challenges in a universe that’s filled with menacing alien life. In John Graham’s electric science fiction novel "Swarm", a supersoldier works to keep people safe... Read More

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The House on the Rock

by Edith Wairimu

With coverage ranging from theological concepts to various prayers, "The House on the Rock" is a comprehensive introduction to Christian practice. H. K. Chapman’s "The House on the Rock" is a Christian text concerning the fundamentals... Read More

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Dead Serious

by Rachel Jagareski

Clever prose and gifted storytelling enliven Eli J. Knapp’s "Dead Serious", a weighty book about how species are being steamrolled toward extinction that nonetheless argues that a better future is possible. Knapp, a self-branded... Read More

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Blue Mar

by Eileen Gonzalez

Two sisters find very different destinies in Francesca G. Varela’s novel "Blue Mar". Laurel and Paloma have never been to El Salvador, where their beloved Abuelo grew up; gang wars fueled by climate change have made Central America too... Read More

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Del Rio

by Carolina Ciucci

"Del Rio" is a suspenseful international thriller involving two countries, multiple crimes, and a district attorney driven by the need to succeed. Jane Rosenthal’s fast thriller "Del Rio" tackles questions of justice, oppression, and... Read More

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On the Ho Chi Minh Trail

by Susan Waggoner

Combining interviews, history, and reportage, Sherry Buchanan’s "On the Ho Chi Minh Trail" illuminates the lives of women during the Vietnam War. Buchanan was a college student during the Vietnam War. Decades later, her interest in the... Read More

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