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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

Going to Beautiful

by Delia Stanley

In Anthony Bidulka’s novel Going to Beautiful, a widowed celebrity chef travels to a small town, where he encounters both dark secrets and uplifting surprises. Jake’s perfect life, built from his passion for cooking and several... Read More

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Acts of Atonement

by Eileen Gonzalez

In S. W. Leicher’s novel "Acts of Atonement", a lesbian couple deals with mental illness, cultural isolation, and unexpected reunions. Serach grew up Jewish; Paloma is Colombian American. The women built a wonderful life together after... Read More

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The Other World

by Anna Maria Colivicchi

"The Other World" is a frantic thriller that follows a detective’s attempts to thwart a massive totalitarian conspiracy. In James D. E. Macpherson’s thriller, "The Other World" a decades-long, worldwide conspiracy is exposed. This... Read More

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The Rabbit Factor

by Meg Nola

In Antti Tuomainen’s novel "The Rabbit Factor", a Helsinki actuary’s predictable world turns into a bizarre landscape filled with chaos, death threats, and an enormous plastic rabbit. Henri, a diligent worker, feels like he’s... Read More

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The Baba Yaga Mask

by Eileen Gonzalez

Two sisters search for their grandmother in Kris Spisak’s novel "The Baba Yaga Mask". After their grandmother Vira disappears on a trip to Poland, Larissa and Ira rush to Europe to look for her. The only clues to her whereabouts are... Read More

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Shadebringer

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

"Shadebringer" is an action-packed fantasy novel about conflict and free will. A young man joins the army, bound for war, but finds himself in another dimension in Grayson W. Hooper’s military fantasy Shadebringer. Clyde volunteered to... Read More

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In Search of the Owl

by Aimee Jodoin

"In Search of the Owl" is a beautiful memoir about life’s cyclical nature, which is observed across a year of grief and healing. Jean E. Sidinger’s poignant memoir "In Search of the Owl" is about the year she spent grieving after her... Read More

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