Foreword Reviews

  1. Book Reviews
  2. Books with 336 Pages

Reviews of Books with 336 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 336 pages.

Book Review

Names in a Jar

by Erika Harlitz Kern

Family, identity, and loyalty are at stake in Jennifer Gold’s historical novel "Names in a Jar", a coming-of-age story set during the Holocaust. Lina Krawitz wants to be a storyteller and writer, but when her mother dies while giving... Read More

Book Review

Nazis of Copley Square

by Meg Nola

In "Nazis of Copley Square", Charles R. Gallagher takes a searing look at the Christian Front, an American extremist group that weaponized Catholicism. The organization reached its height of popularity just before World War II. Much like... Read More

Book Review

Planet of Clay

by Eileen Gonzalez

The life of a sheltered, neurodivergent girl is shattered by the Syrian civil war in Samar Yazbek’s novel "Planet of Clay". Rima’s world has always been limited to the apartment she shares with her mother and the library at the... Read More

Book Review

Hang On, Let Go

by Jeremiah Rood

Frank Viola’s book Hang On, Let Go, is about infusing one’s Christian spirituality with real guts. Viola draws on the tough-minded perspective of the New Testament’s James in his efforts to inspire people during hard times. When... Read More

Book Review

Strange Gods

by Jeana Jorgensen

In Alison Kimble’s fantasy novel "Strange Gods", an apathetic teenager travels to worlds beyond Earth, finding allies and enemies among gods, even as she struggles to make friends her own age. Spooky tries to keep her head down to... Read More

Load More