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Reviews of Books with 300 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 300 pages.

Book Review

The Coral Bride

by Eileen Gonzalez

A woman’s drowning brings deadly and uncomfortable truths to the surface in Roxanne Bouchard’s "The Coral Bride". Angel, one of the only fisherwomen in the Gaspé Peninsula, goes missing just before her tenth wedding anniversary.... Read More

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A Diary in the Age of Water

by Bianca Bowers

Lyrical and dystopian, "A Diary in the Age of Water" is as much an ode to water as it is a cautionary tale about the dire implications of climate change. Nina Munteanu’s engrossing science fiction novel, A Diary in the Age of Water,... Read More

Book Review

Road Seven

by John M. Murray

In Keith Rosson’s chilling novel "Road Seven", two men set out in search of the unknown, but karma catches up to them. Mark is a disgraced cryptozoologist who’s eager to leave the country; he hopes to escape the darkness of his past.... Read More

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Little Siberia

by Michelle Anne Schingler

A meteorite plunges from the sky, its impact stirring up a small Finnish community’s vices. This celestial act begins "Little Siberia", the latest engrossing title from snark noir master Antti Tuomainen. Who owns the heavens? If you... Read More

Book Review

The NeuroGeneration

by Melissa Wuske

Tan Le’s "The NeuroGeneration" cracks open the world of brain enhancement to show that the future may be closer than we think. Le, on the cutting edge of research and technology into one of the biggest mysteries—the human... Read More

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Reclaiming Our Own

by Joseph S. Pete

Grand sacrifices made to protect others dominate this action-packed thriller. In Christopher Irons’s thriller "Reclaiming Our Own", military veterans go against a child kidnapping ring. When his toddler nephew is kidnapped, Brett, a... Read More

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