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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

Wind Daughter

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Joanna Ruth Meyer’s dreamy, enchanting novel "Wind Daughter" follows a beekeeping teenager through her atypical coming of age. Satu was born out of time, and feels out of place, in her cool mountain village. Her father, who was once... Read More

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Finding Grace

by Mari Carlson

In the bittersweet novel "Finding Grace", a fractured family works toward healing. In Maren Cooper’s character-driven novel "Finding Grace", a family secret leads to ruptures and reconciliations. Charlie and Caroline are a married... Read More

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Sea Glass Cottage

by Vivian Turnbull

In Irene Hannon’s Christian romance novel "Sea Glass Cottage", two hearts rekindle a spark that both thought was extinguished forever. Jack is content with his life in cozy Hope Harbor, so when Christi—the girl who shattered his... Read More

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Oathbound

by Vivian Turnbull

Victoria McCombs’s young adult novel "Oathbound" is filled with danger, romance, and a good dose of piracy. Emme is running out of time. Sick with the same disease that killed her father, her only hope lies in retrieving the Elmber Nut... Read More

Book Review

The Adventurists

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

Richard Butner’s collection of speculative short stories "The Adventurists" includes puppeteers, a decades-old cat, and homicidal servants who operate in alternate realities. Grounded by concrete pop culture details, each strange... Read More

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