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Reviews of Books with 304 Pages

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

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Journey to the Heart Stone

by Joseph S. Pete

"Journey to the Heart Stone" goes on an imaginative adventure through an ancient, magical land. In Catherine Raphael’s rich, socially critical fantasy novel "Journey to the Heart Stone", a woman works to restore harmony to a... Read More

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Droll Tales

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

The connected stories in Iris Smyles’s "Droll Tales" are innovative—filled with surrealistic imagery, dark comedy, and people unmoored in their lives. A young woman who believes that she will never find someone to whom she would give... Read More

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by Kristine Morris

A fortune teller issues a warning against three women with water-related names in Clarissa Goenawan’s dark, atmospheric novel "Watersong". Arai has been plagued by nightmares of drowning since childhood. A fortune teller’s dire... Read More

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Love's Rebirth

by Carolina Ciucci

The compelling historical novel Love’s Rebirth pronounces links between love and spirituality via a woman’s romance with a Texas Ranger. In Adria Cruz Tabor’s historical novel Love’s Rebirth, a young woman works to find love and... Read More

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The Vanishing Type

by Hilary Daninhirsch

Ellery Adams’s cozy mystery novel "The Vanishing Type" is a testament to women’s friendship—with sides of murder, romance, coffee, and baked goods. Nora is the owner of Miracle Books in North Carolina, in a town where visitors come... Read More

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Crossing Paths

by Kristine Morris

The Pacific Crest Trail winds its way between the Mexican and Canadian borders, challenging and inspiring trekkers with its deserts and streams, dense forests, and rugged mountain slopes. In "Crossing Paths", editors Rees Hughes and... Read More

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