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Reviews of Books with 343 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 343 pages.

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Cracked

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

First in an intense trilogy from Barbra Leslie, "Cracked" introduces Danny Cleary, a paradoxically strong and intelligent young woman hooked on crack cocaine. Intent on escaping the pain and depression of an emotional divorce by smoking... Read More

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A Constant Longing

by Thomas BeVier

If a movie were made of Halima Alaiyan’s dramatic life of dislocation, disappointment, and transformation, it would challenge credulity. In 1948, when she was barely a year old, her village, Ibdis in Palestine, was destroyed by Israeli... Read More

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Dancing Backward in Paradise

by Emily Asad

"Dancing Backward in Paradise" by Vera Jane Cook is a charming rags-to-riches story with a heartwarming ending, memorable characters, and a riveting plot that will make the reader forget the outside world. It’s 1967. The world is... Read More

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Avalon Bay

by Donna Russo Morin

While the small sleepy settlement of Avalon on Catalina Island, California, seems an unlikely place for a terrorist act, the Avalon Jihad’s mission—to kill thousands of Americans on ferry boats—is one of a number of simultaneously... Read More

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Home Was Wherever We Were

This memoir follows the life of Doris Geist, a wife and mother, over the past nine decades. The author begins by describing her grandparents, German and Norwegian immigrants, and their efforts to assimilate and thrive in the western... Read More

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The City of the Sky

“‘Maybe I read about all of those things somewhere’” Sean said after relating his dream to Eliah one of the old masters of the Circularium Council. “‘Maybe I’m subconsciously recreating a dream that I read about in some... Read More

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The Lushan Addiction

‘…does the pill make anyone sick? Are there any adverse side effects?’ ‘Don’t know. Workers happy’ the man smiled. ‘That good side effect no?’ "The Lushan Addiction" is a briskly-paced thriller focused on the... Read More

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The Grail Conspiracy

by Diane Vogt

At the end of the search for the Holy Grail in this thrill-a-minute page turner, the chalice that once caught the blood of Christ now spills its dangerous contents over journalist Cotten Stone and biblical history scholar and priest John... Read More

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