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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

Suspended Sentence

by Karen Rigby

"Suspended Sentence" is an insightful memoir about a tense period within a family. Janice Morgan’s forthright memoir "Suspended Sentence" is about tenaciously parenting her adult bipolar son and helping him chart his own course. When... Read More

Book Review

Coming Up for Air

by Michelle Anne Schingler

From the turn of the twentieth century into the present, the defiant and vivacious characters of Sarah Leipciger’s "Coming Up for Air" refuse to be suffocated by others’ expectations. In Paris, the haunting death mask of an unknown... Read More

Book Review

Evie of the Deepthorn

by Claire Foster

Fantasy is an outlet for grief, fear, and transformation in the pop culture-inflected novel "Evie of the Deepthorn" from André Babyn. A single story becomes the emotional outlet for three very different people who are drawn together in... Read More

Book Review

Secrets of My Heart

by Karen Rigby

In Tracie Peterson’s engrossing historical romance "Secrets of My Heart", dangerous truths threaten a city’s future as a widow discovers her late husband’s misdeeds. Nancy married Albert to escape her rural, religious upbringing,... Read More

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Frozen Secrets

by Aimee Jodoin

Middle school crushes, competitive sports games, and teenage shenanigans play out on Jupiter’s ice moon Europa in Myles Christensen’s "Frozen Secrets". Thirteen-year-old Max and his family move to Europa for his father’s job.... Read More

Book Review

Playing Nature

by Rachel Jagareski

Video gamers as environmental activists? Alenda Y. Chang doesn’t think it’s as counterintuitive as it sounds. In her trenchant and wide-ranging "Playing Nature", she analyzes the potential of gaming’s huge audience to become nimble... Read More

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The Wanting Life

by Meagan Logsdon

Mark Rader’s "The Wanting Life" is a cross-generational novel focused on happiness, fulfillment, and love. Father Paul Novack is dying. Foregoing chemotherapy, he’s resigned to letting the cancer run its course. He and his sister,... Read More

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