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Reviews of Books with 286 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 286 pages.

Book Review

Gone Dog

by Tanisha Rule

The realities of the homeless animals in the story are haunting, bringing to center stage the plight of dogs and cats who don’t have forever homes. Puppins, a Labrador retriever, narrates his extensive journey of self-discovery... Read More

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Primary Anomaly

by John M. Murray

"Primary Anomaly" serves as a strong introduction to the world of Fables of Nevertime, with interesting world-building, character-driven action, and secrets left to discover. Peter Sonntag’s explosive science fiction adventure "Primary... Read More

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The Quantum Cop

by Gary Henry

"The Quantum Cop" is a clever, fast-paced, and entertaining work of science fiction. An opportunistic college student learns the earth-shaking secret to altering reality, and now it’s up to newbie physics professor Madison Martin to... Read More

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Mr Tambourine Man

by Charlene Oldham

This detailed account of a man enjoying decades of active travel and excellent meals may provide inspiration for those with enough free time and fluid finances to follow along. Mr. Tambourine Man by Nicholson is the envy-inducing... Read More

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Massacre at Sirte

by Billie Rae Bates

For those who don’t understand why terrorist acts happen, "Massacre at Sirte" is a most illuminating read. There aren’t many subjects tougher to tackle than the continuing threat of terrorism and the religious beliefs that fuel it,... Read More

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