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Reviews of Books with 331 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 331 pages.

Book Review

Bad Keys

by Karen Rigby

Sometimes profane and often delightful, this caper finds absurdity even in moments of danger. In "Bad Keys", a piano tuner finds romance with a zoo intern who moonlights as a swimsuit model. J. B. Curry’s energetic novel is a... Read More

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Dystortions: Purple Haze

by Eva Schegulla

This alternate world—sharpening the positive, the grotesque, and the ridiculous—can be both wonderful and fascinating. Lisa Pell’s science fiction novel "Dystortions: Purple Haze" has an intriguing premise that combines an eerily... Read More

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The Heliotrophians

Heliotropians is a short yet meandering fantasy novel that focuses on the life—and particularly the loves—of Undi, a young woman closely associated with the ocean. Her name is clearly related to undine, a water elemental from... Read More

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Slow Dance

“Our life is frittered away by detail. Simplify simplify.” *—*Henry David Thoreau That line becomes the mantra of a mom of two in her early forties with a career as a university administrator in Wisconsin. Sheila excels at meeting... Read More

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Bicycling beyond the Divide

by Lee Gooden

In 1985 President Ronald Reagan was publicly sworn in for his second term, We Are the World was recorded by USA for Africa, Back to the Future was the number one movie at the box office, and Daryl Farmer, at the age of twenty, began a... Read More

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Birthing from Within

by Sharon Flesher

At the agrarian onset of the century, childbirth occurred almost exclusively at home, with mothers assisted by female relatives or midwives. But by the middle, techno-urban part of the century, most babies were born in a sterilized... Read More