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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

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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Coffee Shop Ministries

by Philip J. Kowalski

"Coffee Shop Ministries" is an inspiring work in which accounts of the kindness of strangers are shown to help people make their ways through troubled times. In Dennis A. McIntyre’s religious book, "Coffee Shop Ministries", chance... Read More

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The Seven Tools of Healing

by Jeremiah Rood

"The Seven Tools of Healing" is an affirming self-help book that emphasizes spiritual truths. Steven Hall’s philosophical self-help book "The Seven Tools of Healing" demystifies the healing process. The book begins with a discussion of... Read More

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