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Reviews of Books with 350 Pages

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

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Blended

by Felicia Topp

"Blended" is a sympathetic, lighthearted story about the search for meaning. A midlife search for connection and meaning drives Graeme Daniels’s "Blended", a slice-of-life story featuring one woman’s thoughtful, if action-light,... Read More

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Love Remains

by Claire Foster

Sarah M. Eden’s "Love Remains" is a charming historical romance in the Hope Springs series. It brings together a blind teacher and an Irish berry farmer in Wyoming Territory, in 1871. Tavish O’Connor and Cecily Attwater aren’t... Read More

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The Mourning Parade

by Susan Waggoner

Well-crafted and moving, this is a novel in which settings and feelings are both vividly portrayed. Grief, the seemingly impossible task of healing, and the bridge between animals and humans take center stage in Dawn Reno Langley’s... Read More

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Patagonian Road

by Kristine Morris

“When I began my journey, I anticipated danger at every turn,” writes Kate McCahill, whose rugged solo trip, mostly by bus, took her through ten Latin American countries. When she started out, following Paul Theroux’s 1979 route in... Read More

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Wilders

by John M. Murray

This is science fiction with an ecological focus, delivering a sharp story alongside questions of how humans relate to their world. Brenda Cooper’s "Wilders" is a captivating eco-thriller that finds a young girl breaking free from an... Read More

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Kalifus Rising

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Combined with strong female leads, both heroic and villainous, the ever growing and changing cast of characters has something for everyone. Thirteen-year-old Sam may be known in certain circles as “Samuel Elias Barconian, Lord of the... Read More

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Beyond the Sahara

by Susan Waggoner

This is remarkable work that makes an indelible mark upon perceptions of modern Africa. Agbor Emmanuel’s "Beyond the Sahara" is an on-the-road adventure set in contemporary Africa that entertains, informs, and forces the rethinking of... Read More

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