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Reviews of Books with 320 Pages

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Becoming Dangerous

by Claire Foster

The twenty-one authors who contributed to "Becoming Dangerous" are witchy and wise, “a coven of weird women playing and sharing with one another.” This essay collection describes the many ways that women, femmes, and non-binary... Read More

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Overkill

by Angela McQuay

Vanda Symon introduces a cheeky, brave new heroine in "Overkill", the first in her Sam Shephard series of mysteries set in New Zealand. When Sam, the lone officer in tiny Mataura, is called in to investigate a missing person case, she... Read More

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The Rise of Winter

by Catherine Thureson

Set in a time and place when humans have already nearly destroyed the Earth once, Alex Lyttle’s "The Rise of Winter" is a richly imagined middle grade fantasy about a young girl who joins with a select group of animals to protect the... Read More

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I Am Watching

by Angela McQuay

When Isla Bell is a teenager, she discovers three dead bodies propped against a wall during her morning run. In Emma Kavanagh’s "I Am Watching", there is a lone survivor of the attacks: one of the victims’ teenage brothers, Ramsay,... Read More

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