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Reviews of Books with 304 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 304 pages.

Book Review

Drums in the Distance

by Brandee Gruener

Joe Mulhall’s "Drums in the Distance" documents growing alarm from a two-decade fight against far-right extremism. A blend of journalism, history, and memoir, "Drums in the Distance" serves as a dramatic warning of the resurgence of... Read More

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He Gets That from Me

by Erika Harlitz Kern

Family, parenthood, and belonging are at the center of Jacqueline Friedland’s heartwarming and thought-provoking novel "He Gets That from Me". Donovan and Chip have successful careers and a beautiful home—all they could ask for,... Read More

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Children of Dust

by Aimee Jodoin

In Marlin Barton’s historical novel "Children of Dust", a family struggles with the repercussions of the death of their newborn. In the 1880s in Alabama, Rafe has multiple families. He’s married to Melinda, with whom he has five... Read More

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Vector Zero

by Delia Stanley

"Vector Zero" is a gripping thriller in which a small town faces the perfect storm of catastrophes. In Bryan McBee’s pandemic thriller "Vector Zero", a disease threatens a small town. Shelly, who was abused by a boyfriend, took action... Read More

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Had It Coming

by Karin Killian

Robyn Doolittle’s "Had It Coming" is a nuanced, unbiased investigation of rape culture and sexual assault prosecution in the #MeToo era. Doolittle asserts that #MeToo never would have achieved critical mass without the signal boost... Read More

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