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Reviews of Books with 350 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 350 pages.

Book Review

The Precious Jules

by Karen Rigby

A Maryland family navigates the return of their institutionalized daughter in "The Precious Jules", Shawn Nocher’s contemplative novel about duty, love, and sibling fears. Thirty-two years ago, Ella Jules—a child challenged because... Read More

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Amnesia of June Bugs

by Meg Nola

In Jackson Bliss’s vibrant and intense novel "Amnesia of June Bugs", four people cross paths on a stalled New York subway train during 2012’s Hurricane Sandy. With a cyclical, reverse-time structure, the novel follows Aziz, a... Read More

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The Winter Charlatan

by Jenna Jaureguy

In Victoria McCombs’s "The Winter Charlatan", a desperate but determined princess works to save her kingdom and break her curse. Rowan was born with a curse: that on the last day of her eighteenth year, she would prick her finger on a... Read More

Book Review

Code Blue

by Nancy Powell

"Code Blue" is a thoughtful and satisfying young adult novel set in a world where climate change has altered much. Marissa Slaven’s bold, ambitious young adult novel "Code Blue" tackles climate change in the politically divided United... Read More

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The Long-Lost Jules

by Edith Wairimu

"The Long-Lost Jules" is an absorbing mystery novel centered on a lost royal descendant and contemporary money laundering schemes. A determined professor searches for a Tudor descendant in Jane Elizabeth Hughes’s complex mystery novel,... Read More

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Acts of Hope

by Delia Stanley

"Acts of Hope" is an ambitious, adventurous story of love and religious dedication set during the Inquisition. In Martin Elsant’s historical romance novel "Acts of Hope", the fight against the Inquisition threatens the future of... Read More

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Fishwives

by Eileen Gonzalez

In Sally Bellerose’s novel "Fishwives", an elderly lesbian couple looks back on their lives together. Regina and Jackie have been together for sixty years. They are in mediocre health, can’t afford groceries without coupons, and are... Read More

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