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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

Where the Silver River Ends

by Katerie Prior

In Anna Quon’s novel "Where the Silver River Ends", travels abroad lead to incredible self-discoveries. Joan, Canadian and of Chinese heritage, works as an English teacher in Budapest. Her friend Edna’s dying wish is that she deliver... Read More

Book Review

The History of Man

by Eileen Gonzalez

A man learns, too late, the price of colonial ambition in Siphiwe Gloria Ndlovu’s novel "The History of Man". From a young age, Emil was encouraged to become “a man of history,” a man who could further the aspirations of empire and... Read More

Book Review

Kirins

by Jeana Jorgensen

Kirins: The Seer of Serone is a whimsical fantasy novel about the power of friendship and tradition. James Priest’s charming fantasy novel Kirins: The Seer of Serone depicts a resilient magical race grappling with the unforgiving world... Read More

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My Father's Secret

by Delia Stanley

Based in truth, the thrilling novel My Father’s Secret involves history and the complicated aftermath of a terrorist attack. In Sean Patrick Dolan’s thriller My Father’s Secret, a distant father leaves behind a video tape revealing... Read More

Book Review

Essential

by Eric Patterson

“The best food is always the simplest,” writes Chef Ollie Dabbous in his new cookbook, Essential. Dabbous–a Michelin starred chef with an impeccable résumé—contends that the simplest food is also the most sophisticated and aims... Read More

Book Review

Nazaré

by Michelle Anne Schingler

In JJ Amaworo Wilson’s vibrant novel "Nazaré", a tyrannical regime meets its match in a compassionate teenager who seems to command the waves. For four generations, the vicious men of the Matanza family have ruled Balaal, sowing fear... Read More

Book Review

The Hush

by Claire Foster

Set in a dystopian future, the novel "The Hush" is filled by instances of surveillance and suspended human rights. Eerie and prescient, it covers the lengths that a family will go to protect themselves. A mysterious plague appears in... Read More

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