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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

The Spice King

by Karen Rigby

Elizabeth Camden’s romance "The Spice King" captures intellectual passion and patriotism at the start of the twentieth century. For Kansas-born botanist Annabelle, a position at the Smithsonian is an exhilarating opportunity. Charged... Read More

Book Review

Scatterbrain

by Rebecca Foster

One might assume that training brains towards perfection is a worthy goal, but German neuroscientist Henning Beck’s "Scatterbrain" promotes a different perspective. The book refutes received opinions about the brain’s apparent... Read More

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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