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Reviews of Books with 338 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 338 pages.

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Winter's Reckoning

by Karen Rigby

Winter’s Reckoning is a folksy historical novel in which a local healer cements her determination to forge a better future. In Adele Holmes’s enchanting historical novel, an Appalachian herbalist’s concern for her family and... Read More

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Mǫ́lazha

by Karen Rigby

"Mǫ́lazha" is a meticulous survivor’s memoir about growing up Métis and facing generational traumas. Richard I. Hardy’s candid memoir "Mǫ́lazha" details his lineage, his Métis childhood in the Northwest Territories, and abuse... Read More

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Hope Rises

by John M. Murray

"Hope Rises" is an intense thriller in which a headstrong woman discovers the truth about her seemingly idyllic home. In Ryan Souter’s dystopian novel "Hope Rises", a woman with a disability strives to join an elite force. In the near... Read More

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The Honeybee Emeralds

by Karen Mulvahill

What young woman wouldn’t want to discover a secret basement room filled with sequined gowns, feather boas, and wigs? In Amy Tector’s novel "The Honeybee Emeralds", Alice Ahmadi is that lucky woman. And then she puts her hands in the... Read More

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Badgerblood

by John M. Murray

In the fantasy novel Badgerblood: Awakening, a romance blossoms amid instances of magic and political intrigue. In S. C. Monson’s fantasy novel Badgerblood: Awakening, a young man discovers his family story as he faces punishment from... Read More

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Nostalgia Is Heartless

by Michele Sharpe

In this gripping novel set in a near future beset by relentless climate emergencies, a principled scientist grapples with personal and scientific challenges. In Sarah Lahey’s science fiction novel "Nostalgia Is Heartless", a scientist... Read More

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Wraithwood

by Michelle Anne Schingler

A girl who’s always been sheltered from magic discovers the truth about her origins in "Wraithwood". Brinnie is less than delighted when her parents send her to spend the summer with her Uncle Merlin, whose existence she was never... Read More

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