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Reviews of Books with 364 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 364 pages.

Book Review

Sheepeater

by Edith Wairimu

An evocative historical novel, "Sheepeater" sees a family fighting for survival in foreign and unnerving territories. Joseph Dorris’s historical coming-of-age story "Sheepeater" follows a family west toward the Salmon River in Idaho.... Read More

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Not a Poster Child

by Aimee Jodoin

"Not a Poster Child" is enlivened by its uniquely compassionate approach to living with a disability. Francine Falk-Allen’s unputdownable memoir, "Not a Poster Child", is as inspiring and entertaining as it is heart-wrenching. The... Read More

Book Review

Girlish

by Kristine Morris

Stark, moving, and filled with rays of light, Lara Lillibridge’s memoir of growing up straight in a dysfunctional lesbian home takes readers far beyond names and labels into the heart of what it means to be “family.” Written as... Read More

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The Rocket Girl's Tale

by Hannah Hohman

The Rocket Girl’s Tale is an appealing story of love, intrigue, and shooting for the stars. K. Hippolite’s The Rocket Girl’s Tale is an intriguing work of science fiction led by a heroine who knows her values, though she doesn’t... Read More

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More Stories to Tell

by Peter Dabbene

Wink-nod chapter titles and conversational prose make this a keen and appealing comedic work. On the heels of his well-received humor book Stories I Tell, Paul D’Angelo presents another compendium of comedy, More Stories to Tell: A... Read More

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The Anesthesia Game

by Anna Call

Supernatural forces define this story of illness, addiction, and redemption. Sydney, a teen dying of cancer, receives the support of three women across several lifetimes in "The Anesthesia Game", Rea Nolan Martin’s inspirational... Read More

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