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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

Before She Was Helen

by Michelle Anne Schingler

As it controverts stereotypes regarding the formidability of villains and the fragility of senior citizens, Caroline B. Cooney’s mystery novel "Before She Was Helen" is a delight. Clemmie is a resident of Sun City, a retirees’... Read More

Book Review

Seeing Clearly

by Matt Sutherland

Of the many positive things to say about Buddhism, the most meaningful may be that Buddhists readily admit that life is very, very hard. By facing that fact head on, rather than denying or ignoring it, Buddhists can quickly get on with... Read More

Book Review

Marie Antoinette's World

by Eileen Gonzalez

Will Bashor puts Marie Antoinette’s tumultuous life under the microscope in his historical analysis, Marie Antoinette’s World. Marie Antoinette has long been shrouded in secrecy and scandal, from her marriage to indecisive Louis XVI... Read More

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Ice Queen

by Charlene Oldham

"Ice Queen" is a compelling young adult romance that illustrates some of the most serious perils and pitfalls of dating in the digital age. Felicia Farber’s young adult novel "Ice Queen" is a powerful cautionary tale about the dangers... Read More

Book Review

Playing with Players

by Joseph S. Pete

The reflective novel "Playing with Players" dives deep into the intricacies of Canadian tax codes and the broader meaning of the law. In Chris Stock’s novel "Playing with Players", an eccentric but skilled Canadian tax auditor... Read More

Book Review

Night Train

by Angela McQuay

In David Quantick’s horror comedy "Night Train", a woman wakes on a train with no idea how she got there—or, worse: who she is. As she explores her surroundings, the woman encounters a room full of dead bodies; the only other living... Read More

Book Review

Vagablonde

by Meg Nola

In Anna Dorn’s "Vagablonde", Prue, a Los Angeles lawyer, hopes to wean herself off of various psychotropic prescriptions. Prue is also an aspiring rapper, despite the fact that she is bourgeois and has “the coloring of a Nazi.” As... Read More

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