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Reviews of Books with 288 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 288 pages.

Book Review

The Parrot's Perch

by Mari Carlson

A courageous story of surviving government corruption, The Parrot’s Perch is an often harrowing memoir. Karen Keilt’s brave memoir The Parrot’s Perch, told partially through a 2013 interview with the Brazilian National Truth... Read More

Book Review

We Are Family

by Michelle Anne Schingler

“How the hell do you start a letter to the UN?” If you’re Al Santamaria, you do it with the absolute conviction that your entreaty for their recognition of your family’s estate will be heard and respected—because you are a... Read More

Book Review

Mala Vida

by Daniel Schindel

Real history and contemporary events collide in Marc Fernandez’s crime novel "Mala Vida". Radio host Diego Martin finds himself the Spanish media’s token leftist after an election brings the nationalist party back into power. Then,... Read More

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The Book of Delights

by Ho Lin

Ross Gay is known for his poetry, but "The Book of Delights" proves that he’s also an adept essayist. In composing the book, Gay operated under a simple principle: keep a diary of entries over the course of one year, with each entry... Read More

Book Review

American Cosmic

by Eric Patterson

In "American Cosmic", professor of religious studies D. W. Pasulka examines the rising culture around UFOs as if it were a viable new religion. Like other new religions, she says, Ufology includes scribes and prophets; a contact event... Read More

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