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Reviews of Books with 352 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 352 pages.

Book Review

Seven Photographs

by Karen Rigby

"Seven Photographs" is an emotional novel in which two once-strangers brave exposure to write their own promising third acts. In Alan Rossman’s languid novel "Seven Photographs", neighbors in a Chicago suburb find strength after a... Read More

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Jerusalem on the Amstel

by Jeff Fleischer

In the seventeenth century, the Netherlands became home to a large diaspora community of Sephardic Jews fleeing persecution. Their community thrived for centuries until its abrupt end under Nazi occupation. Longtime BBC reporter Lipika... Read More

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Green Valley

by Danielle Ballantyne

A technological utopia collapses into a prison of nightmares in Louis Greenberg’s science fiction thriller "Green Valley", a breakneck novel that explores what remains of human nature in a world of virtual reality. When society grows... Read More

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The Stonewall Riots

by Rebecca Hussey

Marc Stein’s The Stonewall Riots: A Documentary History is an essential collection of primary sources including newspaper articles, opinion pieces, court documents, and photos that place a central event in LGBTQ+ history in context.... Read More

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Unspeakable

by Michelle Anne Schingler

“The conversation hobbles on,” Harriet Shawcross observes at a camp for children with selective mutism. “Without daily practice, they grasp at topics like leaves in a stream, exchanging information, but never quite conversing.”... Read More

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Starworld

by Ho Lin

In Audrey Coulthurst and Paula Garner’s touching "Starworld", high schoolers Sam Jones and Zoe Miller are the unlikeliest of matches. Sam is an awkward, artistic brainiac, and Zoe is outgoing, popular, and has a jock boyfriend.... Read More

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