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Reviews of Books with 286 Pages

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

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Fallout Shelter

by Mari Carlson

Set during a turbulent era, "Fallout Shelter" follows as three Catholic men come of age—and as their friendships change. In Steven Schindler’s novel "Fallout Shelter", three boys from the Bronx stick together through their Catholic... Read More

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by Sarah White

"Artist" is thoughtful in suggesting ways to uplift one’s creative spirit. Acting coach Jocelyn Jones’s career guide "Artist" shares advice for tapping into one’s creativity and living a fulfilling life. Part memoir, part creative... Read More

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by Erika Harlitz Kern

In Lisa Solod’s novel "Shivah", family relationships are turned upside down after an abusive matriarch is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. Leah’s mother was an unpredictable presence in her life. She only cared for her children... Read More

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Live Caught

by Mari Carlson

In R. Cathey Daniels’s harrowing novel "Live Caught", a young man confronts his troubled past. In the 1970s, Lenny set out for the Atlantic from his North Carolina farm. He washed up on an unrecognized shore, his boat lost. He was... Read More

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by Michele Sharpe

In Michael Daley’s novel "Telémachus", a painter seeks to learn about Mac, the father who abandoned him. This update of the tale of Ulysses’s left-behind son includes a flight from accountability, a heroic cycle, and testimonies... Read More

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Breaking Ground

by Jeremiah Rood

"Breaking Ground" is a masterful essay collection that wrings meaning out of a pandemic year. Moving from the summer of 2020 to the spring of 2021, these essays trace the changing face of the Covid-19 pandemic, from lockdowns to Black... Read More

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