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Reviews of Books with 356 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 356 pages.

Book Review

New You! Who Knew?

by Aimee Jodoin

Comprehensive yet succinct, "New You! Who Knew?" is a self-help book about taking control of one’s life based on personalized core values. David R. Edwards’s logical self-help text "New You! Who Knew?" empowers people to improve at... Read More

Book Review

Appalachian Zen

by Melissa Wuske

Steve Kanji Ruhl’s "Appalachian Zen" is a memoir about a Buddhist awakening. Ruhl grew up in a trailer park in Appalachia with a deep yearning to be somewhere else. He began to practice Zen Buddhism, viewing it as a welcome contrast to... Read More

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Truth and Other Lies

by Ashley Holstrom

In Maggie Smith’s novel "Truth and Other Lies", three driven women make life-altering decisions about the secrets they’ve kept in order to get ahead. Megan, a young, liberal journalist, moves back into her overprotective mother’s... Read More

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The Gaps

by Ashley Holstrom

Leanne Hall’s exploratory novel "The Gaps" is about what it feels like to be left behind after tragedy strikes. When sixteen-year-old Yin is abducted, her community is rocked. Everyone at the elite Balmoral Ladies College is on edge as... Read More

Book Review

Shades of Betrayal

by Mari Carlson

In the probing historical novel "Shades of Betrayal", men’s virtues are tested by the atrocities of WWII. U. W. Baker’s intricate historical novel "Shades of Betrayal" follows the difficulties and successes of people embroiled in... Read More

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Grounded Eagles

by John M. Murray

The informative, life-affirming historical novellas "Grounded Eagles" follow three RAF pilots who are forced out of the air during World War II. The historical novellas in Helena P. Schrader’s "Grounded Eagles" concern non-flying... Read More

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