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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

Bruce Moffett Cooks

by Matt Sutherland

The popularity of fusion cooking too often overshadows the fact that mastering, truly mastering, the cuisine of even one region can take years, even decades. On the one hand, we have adventurous fusion devotees go to town pairing Korean... Read More

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Zero Bomb

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Even a surveillance state can’t see everything. M. T. Hill’s "Zero Bomb" is set in a near-future England. Industries have been automated for ease, non-Christian religions have been abolished, people are digitally tracked, and many... Read More

Book Review

All My Colors

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Someday, Todd Milstead is going to be a great writer. Never mind that he’s in his forties with nothing to indicate this, save the flattery of a local bookseller and the regular gatherings he hosts with other self-proclaimed writers. In... Read More

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The Dark Game

by John M. Murray

Jonathan Janz’s "The Dark Game" is an unsettling, fascinating horror drama about morality and fame. Legendary writer Roderick Wells hosts a retreat at his secluded estate for ten up-and-coming authors that offers huge monetary rewards... Read More

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Little Darlings

by Claire Foster

Sinister and sickeningly real, "Little Darlings" is fairy tale-inflected horror that explores postpartum depression. This new psychological thriller is a modern reimagining of a changeling story, with consequences that touch both the... Read More

Book Review

A Monster Like Me

by Karen Rigby

Sophie’s got a hemangioma—a sure sign that she’s a monster, she thinks. In Wendy S. Swore’s tender A Monster Like Me, the imaginative grade schooler battles isolation and bullying to discover that growing stronger sometimes means... Read More

Book Review

Cabañuelas

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Set at the dawn of the 1980s, Norma Elia Cantú’s lovely novel "Cabañuelas" occupies a culturally liminal space. Nena is from a family in Laredo, Texas, that keeps its Mexican culture alive, even while sending its sons to fight for... Read More

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