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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

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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Environment of Care

by Edith Wairimu

The novel "Environment of Care" is set in a hospital, where the staff discusses the critical functions of their surroundings. Irvon Clear’s novel "Environment of Care" is set in a hospital, where the engineering and maintenance... Read More

Book Review

The Given

by Brandee Gruener

"The Given" is a radiant fantasy novel in which a young adult grows into her magical powers and embraces them. In Gary Clark’s fantasy novel The Given, teenagers flee a government that wishes to capture and neutralize anyone with... Read More

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Table Five

by Emily Kubal

"Table Five" is an exciting work of suspense and adventure. Sally Long’s "Table Five" is a thrilling crime drama full of unexpected surprises as it moves from a restaurant in New York to the black market in Eastern Europe. Courageous... Read More

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Blood in the Water

by Benjamin Welton

In the laugh-inducing Florida crime novel "Blood in the Water", corrupt forces are pitted against a witty investigator. Rick Outzen’s "Blood in the Water" is a sun-bleached mystery novel featuring a fun, funny, and cynical investigator... Read More

Book Review

Living Color

by Danielle Ballantyne

A Mexican American girl progresses from kindergarten to graduation in 1960s and ’70s California in "Living Color", a collection of linked stories by Donna Miscolta. One of four children in a transient Navy family, Angie Rubio knows she... Read More

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