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Reviews of Books with 336 Pages

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

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Oath of the Brotherhood

by John M. Murray

In Carla Laureano’s tender fantasy novel "Oath of the Brotherhood", a young prince discovers that his musical talent is an ancient gift. The Isle of Seare follows the Old Ways, encouraging a warrior spirit. Here, the only value is in... Read More

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Minus Me

by Jaime Herndon

In Mameve Medwed’s novel "Minus Me", after receiving devastating news about her health, a woman decides to leave her husband detailed directions on how to live the rest of his life without her. Annie lives in a small town in Maine,... Read More

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White Freedom

by Tanisha Rule

With its thorough inquiries into world history, Tyler Stovall’s "White Freedom" shows that the highly regarded American ideals of liberty and freedom do not contradict the nation’s record of racism; in the US, “freedom” has... Read More

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by Matt Sutherland

In the days before the 2020 presidential election, New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman wrote that “Facebook and Twitter have become giant engines for destroying the two pillars of our democracy—truth and trust.” These social... Read More

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Paper Bullets

by Monica Carter

Jeffrey H. Jackson’s "Paper Bullets" is a captivating tale of queer love and resistance during World War II. From Paris’s Jazz Age through the war and beyond, Jackson tracks two childhood friends who became lovers and artists and... Read More

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