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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

Sixteen

by Meagan Logsdon

Humming with emotion, Auguste Corteau’s "Sixteen" plumbs mysteries both sonic and spiritual. It’s a globe-spanning and deeply personal alternate history. The Soviet Union seems on the verge of collapse in 1953. Mass defections to the... Read More

Book Review

Quiver

by Catherine Thureson

"Quiver" is a compelling story about an unlikely friendship between two teens from very different backgrounds. Libby—the eldest daughter of her family, whose life is filled with Bible study and helping care for her siblings—is... Read More

Book Review

The House Always Wins

by Anita Lock

"The House Always Wins" is an attractive romance with a unique ghostly touch. A ghostly homeowner comes to the aid of a newly married couple in Brian Rouff’s hilarious novel, "The House Always Wins". Everything shifts quickly for... Read More

Book Review

1968

by Kristine Morris

Robert C. Cottrell and Blaine T. Browne’s book is a reminder that the year 1968 saw the United States on the brink of a revolution, one that was virtually apocalyptic in scope. Race riots led to torched American cities, and outrage and... Read More

Book Review

Two Bodies One Soul

by Eva Schegulla

Two Bodies One Soul: Brothers breaks with tropes of vampire stories, and does so with strength and vision. Two Bodies One Soul: Brothers by Alannah King focuses on experimentation on vampires and the nature/nurture conundrum. The... Read More

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