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Reviews of Books with 344 Pages

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Wild Girls

by Meg Nola

With literary finesse, the novel leaps through its wild moments with ease. Erica Abeel’s bright and brainy "Wild Girls" follows three friends from their 1950s days at “prestigious but offbeat” Foxleigh College, through the decades... Read More

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Lying to Children

by Gary Presley

This is an amusing reminder that there is plenty of hardship in raising children, but there is good fun in it, too. Alex Shahla’s "Lying to Children" is a work of connected, humorous fictional anecdotes, some affectionately... Read More

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King Daniel

by Meagan Logsdon

Nautical twists abound as "King Daniel" excites with its page-turning thrills and familial revelations. Against a colorful backdrop of pirates, family secrets, and intrigue, Susan Wolf Johnson’s "King Daniel" shines as a literary... Read More

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Otorongo

by Claire Foster

JimLinsa takes a stream-of-consciousness approach in this compelling and creative erotic story. Otorongo, by JimLinsa, is a highly fantastical exploration of cosmic love, destiny, and the spirit world that asks its audience to take a... Read More

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When Paris Sizzled

by Lee Polevoi

This book proves to be a cornucopia of delights, and a vibrant presentation of the frenzy and hoopla that characterized Paris in the 1920s. "When Paris Sizzled" is a cultural historian’s foray into Parisian lore and culture. Mary... Read More

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Misunderstood

by Susan Waggoner

This novelization of a true story is valuable and memorable for its portrait of a troubled life redeemed. Laura Rosek’s gritty and readable memoir-cum-novel "Misunderstood" focuses on growing up in the lower tier of Britain’s working... Read More

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