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Reviews of Books with 290 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 290 pages.

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Suicide Tango

by Nancy Powell

Addressing mental illness from the perspective of a teenager, "Suicide Tango" is a provocative novel. "Suicide Tango" is an unconventional story about teen suicide and mental illness as understood from an adolescent’s perspective,... Read More

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The Long Honduran Night

by Rachel Jagareski

Dana Frank’s intensely personal "The Long Honduran Night" chronicles efforts to redirect America’s foreign policy toward Honduras following its 2009 military coup. After witnessing increasingly violent repression, Frank became an... Read More

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The Fidelity Factor

by Jeremiah Rood

The book’s writing style is sermon-like, drawing from real life and biblical verses for compelling calls to action. S. Sagoe-Nkansah’s church development book "The Fidelity Factor" vividly explores African Christianity through its... Read More

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The Bottom of the Sky

by Peter Dabbene

"The Bottom of the Sky" is about two boys, Isaac and Ezra, who are science-fiction fans. They fall in love with a girl they meet at one of their sci-fi club meetings. But it also revolves around a mysterious science-fiction novel called... Read More

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