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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

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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A Land Like You

by Sarah Richards

Tobie Nathan’s historical novel "A Land Like You" is a feast for the corporeal and spiritual senses. In twentieth-century Cairo, a newborn Jewish boy and an infant Muslim girl, along with their families, are thrust into an unusual and... Read More

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Everything Here Is under Control

by Meg Nola

In Emily Adrian’s quirky, resonant novel, "Everything Here Is under Control", two women resume the intense friendship of their teen years after more than a decade of estrangement and uncertainty. After giving birth to her first child,... Read More

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The Talking Drum

by Eileen Gonzalez

Lisa Braxton’s historical novel "The Talking Drum" captures a vibrant immigrant community in its death throes. Petite Africa is in trouble. The city of Bellport plans to demolish this rundown, immigrant-majority neighborhood and build... Read More

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Female Husbands

by Eileen Gonzalez

Jen Manion’s "Female Husbands" explores the history of gender-nonconforming people who dared to be themselves. Female husbands first entered popular consciousness in eighteenth-century Great Britain. These individuals were assigned... Read More

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