Foreword Reviews

  1. Book Reviews
  2. Books with 294 Pages

Reviews of Books with 294 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 294 pages.

Book Review

Phoebe Unfired

by Vivian Turnbull

Amalie Jahn’s touching novel "Phoebe Unfired" pays tribute to all those who struggle with mental health through its strong heroine. Though it seems that everyone else has moved on from the Covid-19 pandemic, it left Phoebe with... Read More

Book Review

Frieda’s Song

by Erika Harlitz Kern

The lives of two women become intertwined across generations in Ellen Prentiss Campbell’s historical novel "Frieda’s Song". In 1935, Frieda Fromm-Reichmann, a Jewish psychoanalyst, leaves Nazi Germany for the United States, where she... Read More

Book Review

The Merciful

by Karen Rigby

When a hit-and-run kills a South Carolina teenager who was bicycling after dark, the fallout leads a community to ruminate. Jon Sealy’s "The Merciful" is a searing novel in which public judgments and personal reckonings spiral from a... Read More

Book Review

Tokyo Traffic

by Benjamin Welton

Taut and terse, this noir novel is executed to perfection. Michael Pronko’s "Tokyo Traffic" is a hard-boiled murder mystery featuring the tough but lovable Detective Hiroshi Shimizu. At the dark novel’s heart is Sukanya, a Bangkok... Read More

Book Review

Munching on the Sun

by Laura Leavitt

"Munching on the Sun" encapsulates what it is like to have big questions about life while you’re falling in love and growing up. Mark Paul Oleksiw’s realistic coming-of-age novel "Munching on the Sun" focuses on an emotional young... Read More

Book Review


by John M. Murray

"Longevity" is a unique thriller with glimmers of social and moral commentary. In Rolf Margeanu’s unique thriller "Longevity", a team discovers the means to extend human lifespans and catches the attention of the wrong people in the... Read More

Book Review

Infants of the Brush

by Karen Rigby

"Infants of the Brush" is a captivating, emotional story that speaks to the powerful will to survive. A novel about indentured boys who fight to earn five guineas for their freedom, Infants of the Brush: A Chimney Sweep’s Story... Read More

Load More