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Reviews of Books with 332 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 332 pages.

Book Review

The Winner Maker

by Benjamin Welton

"The Winner Maker" is a cerebral thriller with slow pacing and a rewarding finish. Jeff Bond’s "The Winner Maker" is a genre-bending examination of the cult of winning, hero worship and false idols, and of the education complex’s... Read More

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Pilgrimage

by Billie Rae Bates

"Pilgrimage" is a thoughtful novel that challenges its audience to think beyond religious hatred. It’s a long, peaceful journey of self-discovery on Spain’s famed El Camino de Santiago in "Pilgrimage", the latest installment of... Read More

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Flocks

by Peter Dabbene

In the revealing and honest "Flocks", L. Nichols offers a unique, intelligent perspective on finding one’s niche, overcoming confusion over sexual identity, and reconciling oneself to a well-meaning but rigidly traditional religious... Read More

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The Human Alchemy

by Peter Dabbene

"The Human Alchemy" artfully delivers creeping unease and heart-pounding scares camouflaged amid the familiar trappings of everyday life. These are stories that will haunt you more than any monster. “Psychological horror” might be an... Read More

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Adirondack

by Sarah Stewart

The novel depicts a community of temporary summer residents who delight in one another’s trials and tribulations. A charming and sensual exploration of the tension between social norms and personal freedom, "Adirondack" by A. Dudley... Read More

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YumUniverse Pantry to Plate

by Rachel Jagareski

If you are new to the kitchen or to a gluten-free, vegan, or vegetarian diet, Heather Crosby can be your culinary guru. The YumUniverse blogger beat her own path to wellness with a wheat-free, meat-free regimen while nourishing her inner... Read More

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