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Reviews of Books with 292 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 292 pages.

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Code Name: Zeus

by Aimee Jodoin

This ideologically libertarian historical novel follows immigrants who become millionaires, believing that people can work together to change the world. Spanning the entirety of the twentieth century, Gary Andersen’s historical novel... Read More

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How the Light Gets In

by Hannah Hohman

Wyatt’s world is literally falling apart in "How the Light Gets In", an engrossing yet subtly profound story about a teenager consumed by misery—until he leaves reality. Wyatt is fairly certain that he was once normal, but he can’t... Read More

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Tiger Farms

by Benjamin Welton

"Tiger Farms" is a heroic tale, an action story, and a morality play all in one—and thoroughly fun. The battle between the East and the West is an old canard. Matthew James’s debut novel "Tiger Farms" takes this old duel and injects... Read More

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Sammie & Budgie

by Aimee Jodoin

More than a story of a gifted child learning to hone his talents, Sammie and Budgie is an exposé on the inner lives of children and their parents. A widower and single father discovers, by chance, that his young son has developed... Read More

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Wolves and Roses

by Claire Foster

Shape-shifters, fairy tales, wicked enchantments, and—oh yeah—asthma inhalers. Bryar Rose deals with supernatural and totally normal teenage stresses in Wolves And Roses: Fairy Tales of the Magicorum. Packed with urban fantasy... Read More

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