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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

Vanishing Fish

by Barry Silverstein

Daniel Pauly’s "Vanishing Fish" is an important collection of essays that evaluates the far-reaching effects of global fisheries. Assembling into one volume the numerous pieces he wrote over a twenty-plus year period, Pauly—a... Read More

Book Review

Castle of Concrete

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Imagine becoming an adult under the imposing shadow of the Soviet Union. That’s what Sonya faces when she’s pulled down from her quiet life in Siberia to rejoin her mother, a Jewish dissident, in the USSR’s waning days. In Katia... Read More

Book Review

Hormone Power

by Melissa Wuske

Marjolein Dubbers’s wellness how-to "Hormone Power" gives women the tools to transform their lives. Many modern women wouldn’t think of themselves as malnourished, but their bodies may be saying otherwise via fatigue, pain, and... Read More

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Drying Up

by Barry Silverstein

Unsettling and well-documented, John M. Dunn’s "Drying Up" dramatizes Florida’s impending water crisis. It is almost counterintuitive that supplying fresh water is a problem in Florida, long known for its lakes, springs, and... Read More

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