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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

A Loving Table

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

Kimberly Schlegel Whitman and Shelley Johnstone Paschke’s coffee table book "A Loving Table" expresses the joy of gathering with families and friends for lavish meals. Full of gorgeous pictures and delights of colors and textures to... Read More

Book Review

How to Be a Revolutionary

by Eileen Gonzalez

In C. A. Davids’s novel "How to Be a Revolutionary", two people from opposite ends of the world connect and are separated by political and personal secrets. Beth, a South African haunted by her turbulent youth and failing marriage,... Read More

Book Review

Boys of the Beast

by Suzanne Kamata

Three very different cousins go on a life-changing road trip in Monica Zepeda’s young adult novel "Boys of the Beast". Oscar’s father died in a school shooting; his activist mother is often absent. Matt is home schooled, and aspires... Read More

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Coco at the Ritz

by Karen Rigby

In Gioia Diliberto’s fascinating historical novel "Coco at the Ritz", Coco Chanel, the French couture icon, becomes enmeshed with Nazi occupiers. In 1944, Chanel, who was in her early sixties, was interrogated. She was suspected of... Read More

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