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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

Hateland

by Mya Alexice

White nationalists, mass shooters, conspiracy theorists: these scary labels seem to belong to the most extreme members of society. But as Daryl Johnson argues in "Hateland", hateful extremism resides in the mainstream consciousness like... Read More

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Hunting the Caliphate

by Erika Harlitz Kern

"Hunting the Caliphate" is a raw and honest account of how ISIS was beaten, told from the inside by those who brought the caliphate down. Dana J. H. Pittard and Wes J. Bryant’s dual memoir "Hunting the Caliphate" reveals the inner... Read More

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Bring the Rain

by Meg Nola

In JoAnn Franklin’s novel "Bring the Rain", Dart Sommers has an established career as a psychology professor at a North Carolina university. She is also the founder of The Raindrop Institute, a think tank dedicated to ending poverty.... Read More

Book Review

Nima

by Jessie Horness

Adam Popescu’s "Nima" is a heroine’s journey wherein the call to adventure is shaped by feminism as a choice. Set against the backdrop of Mount Everest, this portrait of a young Sherpa woman is a breathlessly climbing, thrillingly... Read More

Book Review

Offline

by Mya Alexice

Brian Adams’s charming and heartfelt young adult novel "Offline" explores the harm that comes with trading the real world for an online one. Meagan has a real problem. She’s not addicted to drugs or alcohol or gambling, but she... Read More

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