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Reviews of Books with 353 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 353 pages.

Book Review

Ever Alice

by Edith Wairimu

"Ever Alice" is an enthralling take on a classic story. H. J. Ramsay’s young adult fantasy "Ever Alice" is an intriguing reinvention of Lewis Carroll’s Alice through the Looking-Glass. Here, Alice finds herself confined to an asylum... Read More

Book Review

The Room

by Robin Farrell Edmunds

"The Room" is a provocative memoir that addresses the complexities of racism in America in a deeply personal way. Russell Mullen’s provocative and earnest memoir The Room: A Racial Journey recalls the author’s pivotal—and forty... Read More

Book Review

White Flag

*The revolutionary purpose of the Kingdom of God and its millennial plan is to reduce all nations and creeds to one political and religious standard… —*Parley P. Pratt (Great Great Grandfather of Governor Mitt Romney) Mountain... Read More

Book Review

The Phoenix

Like Tess of the d’Urbervilles or Wilkie Collins’s The Woman in White, this Victorian novel is replete with plot twists, years—long detours, providential meetings, villainy, and a great deal of drama. It differs from most other... Read More