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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

A Stream to Follow

by Mari Carlson

In the sensitive historical novel "A Stream to Follow", a doctor seeks to heal from wounds left by a war. In Jess Wright’s historical novel "A Stream to Follow", a doctor returns home after World War II and encounters ongoing domestic... Read More

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Counterfeit Love

by Karen Rigby

Former fiancées weigh the cost of reuniting with each other in Crystal Caudill’s invigorating "Counterfeit Love", a Gilded Age novel set in Cincinnati’s underworld. Broderick, a Secret Service agent, infiltrates a counterfeit ring... Read More

Book Review

Jesus Christ Divided

by Jeremiah Rood

LaFond’s enthusiasm for his representation of Saint Paul is infectious; he lays out his ideas in the manner of a scholastic mystery. Michael LaFond’s fascinating, bold religious history "Jesus Christ Divided" reimagines Paul the... Read More

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Blue-Skinned Gods

by Michael Elias

In SJ Sindu’s novel "Blue-Skinned Gods", a child groomed into godhood grows to be a young man whose faith in himself and in others is questioned. The story of Kalki’s godhood was always the same: his blue skin signifies his ability... Read More

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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

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