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Reviews of Books with 329 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 329 pages.

Book Review

Songs by Honeybird

by Joseph S. Pete

Peter McDade’s original, quirky novel "Songs by Honeybird" riffs on the 1960s Southern rock scene. In Atlanta, Ben and Nina’s relationship falls apart, even as they move in together. She claims that her dog, Sid, is a reincarnated... Read More

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The Ancestor

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

This thrilling novel is rich in descriptions of the vast, snowy, and deadly wilderness of Alaska; it ably captures the type of person who chases gold. A man’s attempts to recapture his past lead him down a heinous path in Lee Matthew... Read More

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Gabriel’s Storm

by Mari Carlson

"Gabriel’s Storm" is a thoughtful coming-of-age story deftly set around a captivating crime plot. In Diego Hojraj’s "Gabriel’s Storm", a deadly revenge plot leads to deeper struggles for a gang of outsider teens. It’s 1983,... Read More

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Dark Web Rising

by Joseph S. Pete

"Dark Web Rising" achieves the rare feat of hacking scenes written in a compelling, captivating way. Eugene T. Schurter’s "Dark Web Rising" is a fast-paced science fiction thriller that spins a web of intrigue centered around hacking,... Read More

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Little Woman in Blue

by Claire Foster

"Little Woman in Blue" is a lyrically told and compelling story of Louisa May Alcott’s often dismissed, vivacious youngest sister. Jeannine Atkins’s new historical novel, Little Woman in Blue: A Novel of May Alcott, skilfully weaves... Read More

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The Lanzis II

by Kristine Morris

This second volume in Giancarlo Gabbrielli’s series about an Italian family, the Lanzis, takes place just after the end of World War II, as those who had fled to the countryside seeking shelter from the violence return home to rebuild... Read More

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