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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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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

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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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by Jeana Jorgensen

In Kate Marchant’s wry and charming young adult novel "Float", an Alaskan teenager learns how to swim, flirt, and be herself. Waverly flies to Florida to spend the summer with her Aunt Rachel, hoping to escape the looming expectations... Read More

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The Spanish Daughter

by Kristine Morris

In Lorena Hughes’s panoramic novel "The Spanish Daughter", World War I left Spain devastated. Puri, a chocolatier, and her novelist husband leave their Seville home for lush, tropical Ecuador, hoping to claim the inheritance left to... Read More

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by Karen Rigby

In Susan May Warren’s novel about a steady, fated romance, "Sunrise", a prodigal son returns to the shadow of Denali to take up the mantle of a bush pilot, all while confronting memories of the woman he left behind. After his estranged... Read More

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