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Reviews of Books with 316 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 316 pages.

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The Printer and the Strumpet

by Karen Rigby

In the entertaining historical novel "The Printer and the Strumpet", the American Revolution is seen from the perspective of a flawed wordsmith. In Larry Brill’s satirical historical novel, "The Printer and the Strumpet", a colorful... Read More

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Toxic Fr.O.G.

by Aimee Jodoin

"Toxic Fr.O.G." is an inspiring coming-of-age novel whose heroine immerses herself in science, diverse cultures, and a deep friendship. In Richard Roach’s heartwarming coming-of-age novel "Toxic Fr.O.G.", a once awkward young woman... Read More

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Water is Wider

by Emily Webber

In "Water is Wider", two women form an unexpected bond and redefine the meaning of family. Marie Green McKeon’s "Water is Wider" is an intimate novel in which a young girl and a middle-aged woman come into each other’s lives and form... Read More

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Make Love Better

by Claire Foster

Jan Dworkin’s "Make Love Better" is a heartfelt guide to deepening romantic and committed relationships—the kind that are healing, challenging, and encourage growth. Lighthearted but informative, the book includes stories from... Read More

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Three Ways to Disappear

by Tanisha Rule

In Katy Yocom’s immersive and multilayered novel "Three Ways to Disappear", Sarah and Quinn confront painful childhood truths and address their neglected sisterhood. Beginning with a glimpse of Sarah and Quinn’s childhood in India,... Read More

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Guardian of Deceit

by Susan Waggoner

Through the tumult caused by those around him, Darwin seems able to maintain his innate goodness. In "Guardian of Deceit" by William H. Coles, sixteen-year-old orphan Darwin Hastings finds himself—and his enormous trust... Read More

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