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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

Solid State

by Jeff Fleischer

While the album itself is a definite masterpiece, the Beatles’s Abbey Road also served as a coda for the world’s most influential band, the last set of studio sessions before the four musical geniuses went their separate ways. In the... Read More

Book Review

Ricochet

by Erika Harlitz Kern

Free will clashes with genetic experimentation in Kathryn Berla’s mind-bending science fiction novel, Ricochet. If you asked Tati, she would tell you that she’s a regular high school senior. An academic overachiever, she’s also... Read More

Book Review

Dark Skies

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Most human beings live with light pollution; in the US, 99 percent of people exist under blank skies, drenched in artificial light. But when you travel to dark sites, you “fill that blankness with the entire universe above you.” If... Read More

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The Crowd and the Cosmos

by Rebecca Foster

Citizen science might seem like a model for discovery that could only work in the internet age, but amateur involvement in science is in fact nothing new. In "The Crowd and the Cosmos", Oxford Professor of Astrophysics Chris Lintott... Read More

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