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Reviews of Books with 352 Pages

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

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Desert Creatures

by Jenna Jaureguy

In Kay Chronister’s dystopian novel "Desert Creatures", a hardened young girl finds hope where she least expects it. Magdala was born with a clubfoot. After being banished from her home, she and her father travel across a punishing... Read More

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The Sevenfold Hunters

by Ho Lin

Rose Egal’s fantastical novel "The Sevenfold Hunters" follows the seven students who are humanity’s best hope against vampiric alien invaders, the Nosaru. To casual observers, Carlisle Academy appears to be an elite boarding school... Read More

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Lost in the Long March

by Erika Harlitz Kern

Love, loss, and sacrifice are at the center of Michael X. Wang’s historical novel "Lost in the Long March". The moment orphaned Ping sees Yong, he knows she is the one. Ping is a gunsmith who joined the Chinese Red Army to make a... Read More

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The Orchard

by John M. Murray

An unassuming fruit orchard holds the promise of a peaceful future for a hardworking Amish family in Beverly Lewis’s novel "The Orchard". Ellie values her faith and her family, but tending to a generations-old peach and apple orchard... Read More

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The Opera Sisters

by Karen Rigby

Driven by their convictions and their passion for music, two English sisters provide aid to German Jewish families in Marianne Monson’s kaleidoscopic historical novel "The Opera Sisters". In the 1930s, Ida and Louise are typists in... Read More

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Unnatural Creatures

by Aimee Jodoin

In Kris Waldherr’s "Unnatural Creatures", Victor Frankenstein’s family splinters apart amid war and revolution. In late eighteenth-century Geneva, Caroline, the mother of Victor Frankenstein, adores her family, both biological and... Read More

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Blurb Your Enthusiasm

by Karen Rigby

Love it or hate it, jacket copy is the first window into any book, singing its praises while also intimating at what’s really between the covers. Louise Wilder’s witty guide "Blurb Your Enthusiasm" is a treat for insiders and... Read More

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The Bible for Me

by Karen Rigby

"The Bible for Me" is a welcoming children’s anthology that focuses on God’s personal involvement in people’s daily lives. Mike Nawrocki and Amy Parker’s "The Bible for Me" is a cheerful, read-aloud introduction to the stories of... Read More

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