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Reviews of Books with 306 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 306 pages.

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A Pontiac in the Woods

by Delia Stanley

"A Pontiac in the Woods" is a provocative coming-of-age novel about the material and emotional issues associated with childhood homelessness. In Fred Misurella’s heartfelt novel "A Pontiac in the Woods", an unconventional young woman... Read More

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Note by Note

by Mari Carlson

"Note by Note" is both a memoir and a manual for general healing. Healing yourself and healing others go hand in hand, according to Kristi Magraw’s interactive memoir, "Note by Note". Magraw grew up on Washington’s Eagle Island in... Read More

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Hard Easy

by Carol Booton

Hard-Easy is an uplifting and encouraging guide to self-improvement. Arthur F. Coombs III’s Hard-Easy is an upbeat, comprehensive guide to self-improvement based on the “Law of Hard-Easy,” through which practitioners are challenged... Read More

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I Know How This Ends

by Claire Foster

In 2020, as the first babies born after September 11th, 2001 graduate from high school, a special program brings together a generation of young adults with adults who watched the towers fall. "I Know How This Ends" is a time-bending... Read More

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Courage and Complicity

by Delia Stanley

"Courage and Complicity" is a captivating historical drama in which a teacher wrestles with cultural attitudes towards Indigenous people. In Claudette Languedoc’s historical drama "Courage and Complicity", a young woman discovers the... Read More

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Koa Kai

by Aimee Jodoin

"Koa Kai" is a thrilling transformation story in which a boy from New England becomes a powerful warrior. Informed by real events, D. R. Pollock’s historical novel "Koa Kai" follows a teenager’s inspiring adventure in 1790s Hawaii.... Read More

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The Bird Boys

by John M. Murray

In Lisa Sandlin’s spare mystery "The Bird Boys", a two detective team tackles cases and learns how to work together. Delpha and Tom have settled into a normal routine with their detective agency, with some exceptions. Then an elderly... Read More

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Mom's Perfect Boyfriend

by Karen Rigby

Crystal Hemmingway’s charming romantic comedy and AI fairy tale, Mom’s Perfect Boyfriend, is about a California mother and her daughters who discover that love can overcome a few secrets—and a lot of meddling—and that it’s... Read More

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