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Reviews of Books with 324 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 324 pages.

Book Review

My Famous Brain

by Brandee Gruener

In the literary novel "My Famous Brain", a departed man reflects on his past with nostalgia. In Diane Wald’s charming novel "My Famous Brain", a psychologist probes the events of his life after the fact. Fusty Professor MacLeod was a... Read More

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Unwritten

by Vivian Turnbull

Alicia J. Novo’s fantasy novel "Unwritten" stars a fiery heroine. Beatrix has a problem. Not only do books whisper to her, branding her a freak in her father’s eyes, but her grandfather—the one person who made Beatrix feel... Read More

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Hope and Destiny

by Benjamin Welton

"Hope and Destiny" is an insightful history of the US’s Middle Eastern policy. Harry Keatts Chenault Jr.’s "Hope and Destiny" is a remarkable history of how the United States became involved in the Middle East that focuses on three... Read More

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Tibet

by Meg Nola

P. Christiaan Klieger’s "Tibet" is a complex, storied survey of the mountainous homeland of the Dalai Lama. Once a powerful empire, Tibet has struggled for centuries to maintain its identity and independence, pushing back against... Read More

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After All

by Eileen Gonzalez

"After All" is a historical novel full of talented liars, alluring places, and plot points drawn from real life. In Robert Arthur Neff’s historical novel "After All", intrigue and romance collide in post-World War II South America.... Read More

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Supernatural Beings 1

by John M. Murray

Supernatural Beings 1: Hero and the Traitor is a character-driven urban fantasy in which magical and human forces clash. In Thierry Kouam’s fantastical Supernatural Beings 1: Hero and the Traitor, humanity’s fate hangs on the actions... Read More

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