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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

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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Temple Dancer

by Claire Foster

"Temple Dancer", Amy Weintraub’s astonishing new novel, evokes the power of a lost spiritual tradition through the story of two disparate women: a disgraced temple dancer from 1930s India, and a contemporary social worker in... Read More

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Feminine Rising

by Karen Rigby

Searing nonfiction and poetry pieces are collected in "Feminine Rising", an anthology presented in the wake of #MeToo that looks back through decades, revealing how little, and how much, has changed. Selections gather under seven themes,... Read More

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The Next to Last Mistake

by Catherine Thureson

Amalie Jahn’s "The Next to Last Mistake" is an insightful story about love and friendship. Tess Goodwin is happy with her life as a farm girl in Iowa. She is content with her cows, her chess club, and most importantly, her best friend,... Read More

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Better Days

by Drema Drudge

"Better Days" is a bighearted, wry, and tender novel that focuses on love and loyalty. Len Joy’s "Better Days" is an attention-grabbing crime story in which unexpected upheavals result in welcome second chances. What’s the penalty... Read More

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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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