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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

Why We Swim

by Matt Sutherland

Ten people drown every day in the US, one hundred around the world. Humans, the evidence shows, are not natural born swimmers. But swim we do. It’s the second most popular form of exercise in this country, behind walking. "Why We Swim"... Read More

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The Fortress

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Patriarchy meets its match in S. A. Jones’s speculative novel The Fortress. Jonathon was once a rising company man with an insatiable appetite for the young women who worked beneath him. When his wife, Adalia, discovered his predatory... Read More

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The Prettiest Star

by Eileen Gonzalez

A family grapples with prejudice and impending loss in Carter Sickels’s historical novel "The Prettiest Star". In 1980, Brian ran away from his conservative hometown and arrived in New York City, where he could live openly as a gay... Read More

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by Eric Patterson

Somer Sivrioglu and David Dale’s "Anatolia" presents Turkish cuisine in a way that challenges “old theories about Turkish cooking and creat[es] a few new ones.” "Anatolia", from the ancient term for the geographical area now known... Read More

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