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Reviews of Books with 320 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 320 pages.

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Revenge of the Sluts

by Nancy Powell

In "Revenge of the Sluts", Natalie Walton’s ambitious young adult novel, a modern-day Nancy Drew takes on high school sexual harassment. An anonymous email with nude photographs of seven girls goes out to the student body of St.... Read More

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This Here Is Devil's Work

by John M. Murray

In Curtis Bradley Vickers’s harrowing novel This Here Is Devil’s Work, two wildland firefighters and a cattle rustler are thrust together when lightning sparks a blaze. Morgan is a brash but effective member of the Ruby Mountain... Read More

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The Hare

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Melanie Finn’s novel "The Hare" interrogates the complicated, often messy aesthetics of modern womanhood. Rosie is guileless, yearning, and eighteen when she submits a delicate self-portrait as part of a lark application to Parsons;... Read More

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The Last Eternal Sun

by Jeremiah Rood

With its complex blend of mythological elements and advanced tech, the science fiction novel "The Last Eternal Sun" wonders about the origins of the universe, and about humanity’s place inside of it. In Merlin Turtle’s labyrinthian... Read More

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Not My Ruckus

by Karen Rigby

"Not My Ruckus" is an incisive novel that probes people’s dark motivations, but ends with hope. Chad Musick’s "Not My Ruckus" is a brutal, potent psychological drama about abused teenagers, revenge, and friendship in 1980s Texas.... Read More

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How to Make a Life

by Karen Rigby

"How to Make a Life" is a sharp historical novel whose panoptic view of family relationships makes its secrets, estrangements, and reconciliations satisfying. In Florence Reiss Kraut’s arresting multigenerational novel "How to Make a... Read More

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