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Reviews of Books with 360 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 360 pages.

Book Review

Why Bother?

by Melissa Wuske

Jennifer Louden’s "Why Bother?" turns the despairing question on its head to encourage real change through personal growth. Despair and lethargy often begin at a moment of crisis, but both can lead to lifestyles defined by resignation... Read More

Book Review

More Miracle than Bird

by Ho Lin

History has little to say about Georgie Hyde-Lees, the literary maven who crossed paths with Britain’s brightest artists and eventually became the wife (and muse) of poet William Butler Yeats. Alice Miller’s diverting "More Miracle... Read More

Book Review

Walker's Key

by Jeremiah Rood

Hinging on the question of whether it is sometimes necessary to kill in order to stop evil, Walker’s Key is a satisfying and dramatic historical novel. Set in the Florida Keys, Frank B. Haddleton’s suspenseful historical novel... Read More

Book Review

Divide Me by Zero

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

Katya Geller has been making her living as a writer for the past twelve years, all the more impressive because she’s a Russian immigrant writing in English. But making a living as a writer requires you to write, and now she’s stalled... Read More

Book Review

San Francisco Year Zero

by Ho Lin

An earthquake didn’t hit San Francisco in 1978, but by all other accounts it was an earth-shaking year. The city was wracked by political assassination, the arrival of punk rock, and an unlikely resurgence from the Giants baseball... Read More

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Elizabeth of Bohemia

by Meg Nola

David Elias’s "Elizabeth of Bohemia" brings Elizabeth Stuart, the daughter of England’s King James I, to life. Elizabeth was married at age sixteen to Prince Frederick of the Palatinate. Her intelligence, candor, and strong will... Read More

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