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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 Smooth River

by Melissa Wuske

"The Smooth River" is a self-help book that shows how to live a full life, even in the face of death. Richard S. Cohen’s "The Smooth River" is a self-help book rooted in a painful but hope-filled personal story. Cohen’s wife, Marcia,... Read More

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by Jeremiah Rood

A. J. Bond’s challenging self-help book "Discomfortable" suggests becoming comfortable with one’s shame. First examining what shame is, and how it impacts people’s lives, Bond mixes his own struggles into his work, including the... Read More

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by Meg Nola

Brad Kessler’s compelling and compassionate novel "North" follows Sahro, a young Somali woman who’s forced to flee to Canada to avoid deportation from the US. Detoured by a snowstorm, she becomes the troubled secret guest of a small... Read More

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by Rebecca Foster

Bill Schutt’s "Pump" is an entertaining survey of the evolution of the circulatory system. From grasshoppers to whales, it explains how hearts and other analogous structures work. Zeroing in on the human heart, the book contrasts the... Read More

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