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Reviews of Books with 348 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 348 pages.

Book Review

Dial In

by Philip J. Kowalski

Situating Soka Buddhism within world history, this book defines a curious and esoteric religious sect. J. M. Walsh’s "Dial In" employs the metaphor of a radio dial in its discussion of Soka Buddhism, arguing that one must tune in very... Read More

Book Review

Life in Violet

by Joseph S. Pete

As its lead moves from pain to healing, "Life in Violet" proves to be a riveting psychological novel. Katherine F. Robertson’s captivating novel "Life in Violet" dramatizes trauma, betrayal, healing, and transformation through a... Read More

Book Review

The Last Train

by Shana Creaney

"The Last Train" is a well-paced and absorbing mystery, with quick action and a look at urban life. In "The Last Train" by Michael Pronko, Detective Hiroshi Shimizu and the Tokyo homicide unit go on a thrilling hunt for a murderer of... Read More

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A Debt of Survival

by John M. Murray

"A Debt of Survival" is an atmospheric novel and an engrossing entry in the horror genre. "A Debt of Survival" by L. F. Falconer examines the price of war within an incredible character-driven supernatural horror ordeal. In the idyllic... Read More

Book Review

Undiscovered Country

by Stephanie Bucklin

After her mother’s death, Cat decides to defer her admission to Stanford and flee her grief by joining (the amusingly named) Students Without Boundaries and traveling to Calantes, a South American country that has just experienced a... Read More

Book Review

Zero Degrees

by Kristine Morris

The prime meridian, though not a “real thing,” rules the life of everyone on the planet; it’s the place at which the world’s longitude is set at zero degrees, giving humans the ability to standardize the measures of both... Read More

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