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Reviews of Books with 320 Pages

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

Book Review

Chessboxer

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

Burdened by unresolved grief and hounded by her coach and her mother, Leah, otherwise known as Chessgirl, finds herself losing chess match after chess match. Suddenly, the very game that used to excite her brings only exhaustion. Eager... Read More

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In Praise of Retreat

by Melissa Wuske

Kirsteen MacLeod’s "In Praise of Retreat" is a body, mind, and spirit book that invites refuge away from the noise. In today’s hyperconnected climate, wherein the idea of stepping away is unthinkable, this book calls stepping back an... Read More

Book Review

Bug

by Eileen Gonzalez

A lonely boy befriends a charming but dangerous robot in Giacomo Sartori’s science fiction novel "Bug". After a horrible car accident leaves his mother in a coma, a disabled boy is left to fend for himself among relatives and teachers... Read More

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Judgment at Alcatraz

by John M. Murray

In Dave Edlund’s breakneck thriller "Judgment at Alcatraz", a wandering ex-assassin becomes embroiled in a harrowing extremist plot to regain Native American lands. A peaceful protest group journeys to Alcatraz Island in the hopes of... Read More

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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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