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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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Bee People

by Kristen Rabe

Frank Mortimer’s "Bee People" is an entertaining introduction to the world of beekeeping, drawn from Mortimer’s extensive experience raising bees in suburban New Jersey. The book’s topics will appeal to novices, experts, and the... Read More

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Brother's Keeper

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

In North Korea in 1950, twelve-year-old Pak Sora sees her father only when he arises from the hole the family of five has dug for him in the backyard so that he can avoid being conscripted into the army. The family cowers in place as... Read More

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Mortal Sight

by Edith Wairimu

In Sandra Fernandez Rhoads’s young adult fantasy, "Mortal Sight", an ambitious teenager directs her unearthly powers to destroying vicious monsters, endangering the lives of those around her. Since she was seven, Cera and her mother... Read More

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The Desert Between Us

by Benjamin Welton

Phyllis Barber’s "The Desert Between Us" is a historical love story about the American West and the need for human connections. Set in the wilds of rural Nevada after the Civil War, the novel focuses on Geoffrey, a road builder tasked... Read More

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Vanishing Monuments

by Ho Lin

Life-changing moments lost, reimagined, and regained form the backbone of John Elizabeth Stintzi’s meditative, lyrical "Vanishing Monuments". Alani is a nonbinary, Minneapolis-based art professor who is forced to return to their... Read More

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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

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