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Reviews of Books with 355 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 355 pages.

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Fear of Paradise

by Kristine Morris

Tiny San Nidro, nestled between forest and sea in southern Italy’s Puglia region, is a forgotten place, locked in the past and graced with wild beauty. Many of its young people have left to seek their fortunes elsewhere; the few... Read More

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Changing Worlds

by Jill Allen

In the small town of Pine Tree, New York, sixteen-year-old Danielle Walkerman struggles to cope with the loss of her beloved mother, who died in a car accident. Although surrounded by her loving family—her father, Big John; her... Read More

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Earth Works

by Teresa Scollon

“The greatest theme in American literature,” writes Scott Russell Sanders, “is the search for right relations between humankind and nature, between civilization and wildness.” It is a theme central to Sanders’s own... Read More

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De Oppresso Liber

"De Oppresso Liber" opens on Gabe McCarthy, a junior medic serving in southeast Asia during the Vietnam War. Because of his training and natural abilities, he has been selected to be part of a Special Forces group, an A-Team. In the... Read More

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“The old world was ripe with raw power. Energy and magic, unbridled, flowed through everyday events and objects, fuels for the tales so easily dismissed as mere legend from the comfort of safe, predictable contemporary lives,” Paul... Read More

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Crossing Into the Land of Saints

“‘God has not answered our prayers and we’re all dying strangers in a strange land.’” So runs the lament of an exiled matriarch named Cheita whose dying wish to be buried in rural Cuba powers this novel of family social context... Read More

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Gather the Kindred

Believing as I do that man in the distant future will be a far more perfect creature than he now is it is an intolerable thought that he and all other sentient beings are doomed to complete annihilation after such long-continued slow... Read More

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