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Reviews of Books with 280 Pages

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

Book Review

Mountain Runaways

by Vivian Turnbull

In Pam Withers’s exciting adventure novel "Mountain Runaways", three siblings have their worlds turned upside down. Jon, Korka, and Aron’s parents run a wilderness training school, so they know how to survive in the wild. Still, they... Read More

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Lemon Drop Falls

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

In Heather Clark’s compassionate novel "Lemon Drop Falls", a girl is desperate to create a new normal in the aftermath of a family tragedy. Twelve-year-old Morgan, a soccer player with two best friends, used to talk with her mother, a... Read More

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Asha of the Air

by Ho Lin

In the imaginative, fabulistic novel "Asha of the Air", a woman struggles for freedom and inner peace. This story, equal parts magical adventure and spiritual inquiry, is narrated by a man in a futuristic society who lives in the air... Read More

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The Love Parade

by Eileen Gonzalez

A historian investigates a decades-old murder that involves his own family in Sergio Pitol’s historical novel, "The Love Parade". While conducting research, Miguel, a historian, stumbles across information regarding the 1942 shooting... Read More

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Risky Restoration

by Delia Stanley

"Risky Restoration" is a romance novel whose trio of girlfriends deal with relationship issues, pushing through their fears to get what they want. In E. F. Dodd’s romance novel "Risky Restoration", a woman still reeling from an old... Read More

Book Review

Weeaboo

by Laura Sackton

"Weeaboo" is an exuberant coming-of-age story about three friends and the immense changes they experience during their senior year of high school. James is a biracial Japanese teenager who’s under a lot of family pressure to get into a... Read More

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The Contagion Next Time

by Ho Lin

In "The Contagion Next Time", Sandro Galea calls for improving public health—including the public’s understanding of public health—following the revelations brought about by Covid-19. The book’s overriding question is of how to... Read More

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