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Reviews of Books with 302 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 302 pages.

Book Review

These Dark Skies

by Eileen Gonzalez

Arianne Zwartjes reckons with her unwitting, unwilling role in historical global power struggles in "These Dark Skies". Growing up as a white American, Zwartjes never had to think much about her privileged position on the world stage.... Read More

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The Serpent Papers

by Kristine Morris

Probing the consciences of people and a nation during a pivotal era, "The Serpent Papers" is a novel about the intricacies of decision-making and taking a stand when life itself is at risk. Growing up in the 1960s, J-Bee, the son of an... Read More

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The Field Agent

by Karen Rigby

"The Field Agent" is a suspenseful thriller in which unusual teenagers are tasked with accomplishing improbable feats. In R. S. Twells’s captivating young adult thriller "The Field Agent", grief prompts a tech-savvy teenager to... Read More

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The Antidote

by John M. Murray

"The Antidote" is an informative adventure story in which a boy faces a moral quandary after learning about his incredible inherited gift. In Susan McCormick’s thrilling novel "The Antidote", a boy descended from a line of doctors... Read More

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M-Theory

by Angela McQuay

The Chicago transit system is the nexus of two seemingly unconnected murders in Tiffany Cates’s unsettling, satisfying novel M-Theory. Donovan rides the train every day, taking note of the different people whom he sees on a regular... Read More

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