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Reviews of Books with 336 Pages

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

Book Review

Line of Darkness

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

A simple missing person’s case takes a far-right turn in Max Tomlinson’s novel "Line of Darkness". Colleen is known to law enforcement for being both an ex-felon and a private investigator. She’s also known for being involved in... Read More

Book Review

The Hiking Book from Hell

by Kristine Morris

Comedian Are Kalvø’s "The Hiking Book from Hell" is a smart, funny, and honest exposé of the cult of the outdoors, from the sublime to the ridiculous. On the cusp of middle age, Kalvø is worried. His friends have all disappeared,... Read More

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Auē

by Eileen Gonzalez

In Becky Manawatu’s novel Auē, a Māori family comes to grips with its troubled past. After his parents drown and he survives, Taukiri only has his little brother, Ari. But Taukiri is traumatized by the event, and he leaves Ari with... Read More

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Who’s Black and Why?

by Carolina Ciucci

Collected by Henry Louis Gates, Jr. and Andrew S. Curran, the essays of "Who’s Black and Why?" represent a fascinating look into the eighteenth-century invention of the concept of race. In 1741, the Bordeaux’s Royal Academy of... Read More

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Crow Court

by Michele Sharpe

In Andy Charman’s dynamic mystery novel "Crow Court", the death of a choir master in late nineteenth-century England is enigmatic. Charles is a wine merchant who rose from poverty; he and four friends set out to confront his half... Read More

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What We Give, What We Take

by Kristine Morris

In Randi Triant’s novel "What We Give, What We Take", a young mother defies the political, economic, and personal forces arrayed against her. Fay is a single mother who works as a water tank escape artist. Living in ramshackle trailer... Read More

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