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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

Earning It

by Karen Rigby

A former couple’s feelings are tested during a paradise vacation in the lighthearted romance novel "Earning It". Animosity turns to love in E. F. Dodd’s romance novel "Earning It", in which a woman reunites with her ex-boyfriend. Rae... Read More

Book Review

It's You

by Karen Rigby

In the romance novel It’s You, a man’s obsessions direct his unconventional relationship. In Dee Dee Welch’s romance novel It’s You, a woman is caught in a beguiling but domineering relationship. Chiffon flees Atlanta after Josh,... Read More

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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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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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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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