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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

Keeping Time

by Claire Foster

"Keeping Time" is a rich novel that explores the nature of a marriage and asks whether love is a monolith, a miracle of biology, or an artificial construct. Alternating between the late 1980s and the early 2000s, the story focuses on a... Read More

Book Review

Starling Days

by Jessie Horness

Rowan Hisayo Buchanan’s novel "Starling Days" is a gentle treatise on the anatomy of sadness, wherein the many manifestations of modern melancholy raise questions about what it truly means to be “okay.” Mina wants to silence the... Read More

Book Review

Eye of Zeus

by Laura Leavitt

With twists, loyalty between friends, and its cast’s cleverness, the middle grade fantasy The Eye of Zeus hits all the right notes. Action-packed and empowering, Alane Adams’s The Eye of Zeus combines plucky modern characters with a... Read More

Book Review

Japanese Home Cooking

by Matt Sutherland

For the handful of centuries that Japan has been on the minds of westerners, the country has exemplified the mysteries of the East. The island nation’s unique geology, climate, rich waters, and isolation led to a culture, a... Read More

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The Weekend Wedding Assistant

by Karen Rigby

Just before their wedding, Julia’s husband-to-be Aaron died in a freak hiking accident. Now she’s a “wianceé” caught between grief and new passions. In Rachel Gladstone’s frothy Southern romantic comedy, The Weekend Wedding... Read More

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