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Reviews of Books with 340 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 340 pages.

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by Jeff Fleischer

First published in 1933, the new version of "Romania", edited by Ernest Latham Jr., compiles more than three hundred images by the late photographer Kurt Hielscher, taken during visits from 1931 to 1932. It’s an intriguing... Read More

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Tell Me More About That

by Aleena Ortiz

"Tell Me More About That" is a self-help guide to becoming more patient and compassionate with others. Rob Volpe’s self-help book "Tell Me More About That" urges letting go of personal judgments on controversial topics. Having... Read More

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Will’s Surreal Period

by Eileen Gonzalez

"Will’s Surreal Period" is a novel in which two brothers work to discover what might give them a true sense of purpose in their lives. Divided family members learn to accept each other for who they are in Robert Steven Goldstein’s... Read More

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Here Is a Body

by Karen Rigby

In Basma Abdel Aziz’s haunting novel about state oppression, "Here Is a Body", homeless youth are conscripted into a rehabilitation program sponsored by a general, while ordinary citizens, who oppose him, protest a recent coup. In this... Read More

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by Benjamin Welton

San Francisco scenery and culture are injected in "Devour", a gritty crime thriller about a vast conspiracy. David Temple’s sharp thriller "Devour" includes lost family members and an innocent man accused of a heinous murder. Michael... Read More

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