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Reviews of Books with 296 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 296 pages.

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by Joe Taylor

Todd D. Snyder’s “collection of stories” about Muhammad Ali’s motivator and cornerman “Bundini” Brown vivifies the cultural icon who was instrumental to Ali’s success. "Bundini" is alive with voices. One of its primary... Read More

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After Elias

by Linda Thorlakson

Eddy Boudel Tan’s debut novel "After Elias", whose climatic prologue is arresting, rides on a trajectory wherein every mystery solved begets a dozen more. Coen Caraway descends upon Isla de Espejos several days before his groom-to-be... Read More

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Long Journey for Love

by Carolina Ciucci

"Long Journey for Love" is a historical novel that’s centered by a love story between a young man and the woman he can’t let go of. In Ross Glover’s coming-of-age historical novel "Long Journey for Love", a man can’t forget his... Read More

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The Good Luck Stone

by Meg Nola

In Heather Bell Adams’s novel "The Good Luck Stone", wartime memories haunt a ninety-year-old woman, who also struggles to maintain her personal independence. During World War II, Audrey ventured beyond her genteel Southern upbringing... Read More

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by Delia Stanley

"Optics" is a charming novel about the challenges and possibilities of women’s middle years. In Gail Reitenbach’s warm and funny novel "Optics", a close-knit group of middle-aged gal pals navigate ageism and turn setbacks into... Read More

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Elephants in My Room

by Wendy Hinman

Driven by its faith in the transformative power of humor, Elephants in my Room is a lighthearted personal collection. Christie Nicholls’s Elephants in my Room is a quirky collection of personal stories. First focused on travel with... Read More

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