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Reviews of Books with 284 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 284 pages.

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Women Wise

by Edith Wairimu

"Women Wise" is an astute and comprehensive retirement guide to handling one’s investment and financial options. In their insightful self-help guide "Women Wise", Eleanor Blayney and Marjorie L. Fox draw on decades of professional... Read More

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Six Degrees of Latitude

by Ho Lin

"Six Degrees of Latitude" is engaging as it salutes a woman’s discovery of, and connection to, Scottish and Irish locales. Leslie Lee’s travel book "Six Degrees of Latitude" is both an intimate journal and an overview of Scottish and... Read More

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The Road Home

by Mari Carlson

In the evocative novel "The Road Home", a traumatized woman starts the long process of belonging. Set in the aftermath of September 11, 2001, Laura Tonwe’s rich novel "The Road Home" is a story about healing. After college, Stephanie,... Read More

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Fooled by the Winners

by Jenna Jaureguy

This digestible, compelling social science text reexamines the stories that people have been told by and about society’s winners. Former Stanford business lecturer David Lockwood parses a variety of survivor bias examples in his social... Read More

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Good Psych, Bad Psych

by Aleena Ortiz

"Good Psych, Bad Psych" warns prospective patients to be critical of who is providing their care. Joshua Thomas dispels misconceptions about the Australian health industry in "Good Psych, Bad Psych", a self-help book concerned with the... Read More

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The Murphys of Rathcore Rectory

by Mari Carlson

"The Murphys of Rathcore Rectory" is a legacy-driven, period biography of an Irish family. Julia Turner’s family biography, "The Murphys of Rathcore Rectory", covers professors, ministers, abusers, doctors, soldiers, and charmers... Read More

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by Carol Booton

"Shadowshine" is a rollicking adventure in which a poetic possum undertakes a quest for self-knowledge in his fantastical world of talking animals. In Johnny Armstrong’s eccentric novel "Shadowshine", a talking possum adventures in a... Read More

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