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Reviews of Books with 308 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 308 pages.

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The New Manifesto

by Kristen Rabe

You will never read a book quite like Sam Ernst’s experimental novel "The New Manifesto", whose wildly creative, careening story defies expectations. Described as the first and only novel by prolific biographer Arthur B. Johnson, the... Read More

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Voyage to Crusoe

by Eileen Gonzalez

"Voyage to Crusoe" is a novel about a man learning to value who he is, not what others want him to be. In Leif Beiley’s novel "Voyage to Crusoe", a frustrated architect embarks on a perilous, life-changing trip to the South Pacific. In... Read More

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by Susan Waggoner

In Chelsea Britain’s contemporary novel "Cuttle", a quirky, scholarly heroine navigates the rocky shoals of academia and the risky shores of adult relationships. After eight years of grad school, analytical, problem-solving Nora is an... Read More

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The Company of Women

by Claire Foster

"The Company of Women" is a promising high fantasy novel with a riveting main character. "The Company of Women", the third book in Forrest Johnson’s A Foreign Shore fantasy series, dives into the adventures of warrior woman Raeesha as... Read More

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by Paige Van De Winkle

"Different" is an entertaining novel about a family growing closer through understanding and spirituality. In Datta Groover’s spiritual novel "Different", a family grapples with extraordinary truths about reincarnation. The novel tells... Read More

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Looking for Garbo

by John M. Murray

In Jon James Miller’s heartwarming noir "Looking for Garbo", James is dying for a unique story to build a documentary around. Seth, who’s dying of emphysema, lures James in with a tale centered around legendary actress Greta Garbo... Read More

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