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Reviews of Books with 312 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 312 pages.

Book Review

Larkin on the Shore

by Catherine Thureson

In Jean Mills’s insightful "Larkin on the Shore", a sixteen-year-old struggles to overcome an assault and the gossip and cyberbullying that follow it. While her father visits her sick mother in Vancouver, Larkin is sent to stay with... Read More

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Path to Revenge

by Risah Salazar

In this complex story about revenge and finding one’s calling, the characters are the stars. In Jim Dutton’s character-driven crime thriller "Path to Revenge", a case around a Mexican drug cartel seems like it’s business as usual,... Read More

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Essence & Existence

by John M. Murray

The deep lore that backs Essence & Existence makes it a vibrant urban fantasy. Concluding an epic trilogy, B. & T. Pecile’s urban fantasy novel Essence & Existence finds siblings trying to save the world while staying true... Read More

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The Escapist

by Peter Dabbene

"The Escapist" is a stunning novel about a damaged man. In David Puretz’s unforgettable novel "The Escapist", a troubled young man is haunted by childhood trauma. Twenty-one-year-old Billy can’t keep a job or a girlfriend. He’s... Read More

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Firebird

by Benjamin Welton

Mark Powell’s political thriller "Firebird" is also a literary exposition on current states of corruption and warfare. Leviathan Global is a multinational octopus with tentacles in several different industries, almost all of which have... Read More

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Lost Feast

by Rachel Jagareski

Ironically, just as many of us have become passionate foodies who enjoy global edibles and markets that groan with produce, much of this Rabelaisian banquet has become endangered. In the edifying and entertaining "Lost Feast", Lenore... Read More

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