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Reviews of Books with 296 Pages

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

Book Review

The Year without a Summer

by John M. Murray

Mixing a teenage romance with political and environmental commentary, The Year Without a Summer is an inspiring novel. In Arlene Mark’s novel The Year Without a Summer, two teenagers cultivate their empathy and global awareness while... Read More

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The Crocodile Bride

by Kristen Rabe

In Ashleigh Bell Pedersen’s captivating coming-of-age novel "The Crocodile Bride", eleven-year-old Sunshine lives with her father, Billy, in the bayou town of Fingertip, in a yellow house that tilts, “exhausted, to one side.” Her... Read More

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Somewhere Above It All

by Keira Soleore

A healing adventure becomes a chance for new romance in the healing novel "Somewhere Above It All". In Holli Fawcett Clayton’s evocative romance novel "Somewhere Above It All" a grieving woman seeks to scale a treacherous mountain,... Read More

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Take a Left at Tomorrow

by Kristen Rabe

"Take a Left at Tomorrow" is a compelling love story that recreates landmark events of the late 1960s. As the novel opens, Joey, a bright, pretty teenager growing up near the Minnesota Iron Range, juggles her high school classes with... Read More

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Champagne Charlie

by Amy O'Loughlin

Don and Petie Kladstrup’s "Champagne Charlie" is the enjoyable biography of Charles Heidsieck, a dazzling, daring, and adroit French champagne merchant who risked his life and limbs to sell his esteemed bubbly to Americans in the... Read More

Book Review

The Vote Collectors

by Jeff Fleischer

While false claims of voter fraud have become common in recent years, the 2018 congressional midterm for North Carolina’s Ninth District featured the rare case of actual fraud, with illegal ballots from rural Bladen County causing the... Read More

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