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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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IRL

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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The Lying Life of Adults

by Eileen Gonzalez

The pain of adolescence is complicated by family secrets and persistent grudges in Elena Ferrante’s devastating novel, "The Lying Life of Adults". For thirteen-year-old Giovanna, her father’s side of the family has always been a... Read More

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Truganini

by Eileen Gonzalez

Truganini is a near-mythic figure in Australian history; called “the last Tasmanian,” she died in 1876. Drawing on contemporary sources, Cassandra Pybus reconstructs Truganini’s eventful life, from her early abuse at the hands of... Read More

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The Wasteland

by Danielle Ballantyne

Strained from historical fact, "The Wasteland" is a fictionalized glimpse into the conflicted mind of T. S. Eliot. Starting with his time working in a bank and traveling to the publication of “The Waste Land,” the novel reads like a... Read More

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Setsuko's Secret

by Meg Nola

Setsuko’s Secret is an intense, personal chronicle of the unconscionable internment of Japanese Americans during World War II. Soon after Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor, President Franklin Roosevelt authorized Executive Order 9066,... Read More

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