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Reviews of Books with 368 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 368 pages.

Book Review

The Aria of She

by John M. Murray

In the urban fantasy novel "The Aria of She", a young woman in a troubled relationship learns to lean on her friends, her family, and herself. In L. Margetts-Bullock’s fantasy novel "The Aria of She", a siren falls under the spell of a... Read More

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by Vivian Turnbull

Eli Brown’s "Oddity" is a delightful, action-packed fantasy featuring a colorful cast and magical trinkets. All Clover knows about her mother is that she died when Clover was a baby, and that she was fascinated with oddities—objects... Read More

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Down World

by Catherine Thureson

Rebecca Phelps’s inventive novel "Down World" crosses multiple dimensions and timelines as a teenager searches for a way to heal her family and correct a tragedy that should never have happened. Sixteen-year-old Marina recognizes some... Read More

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All That We Carried

by Jill Beauchamp

In Erin Bartels’s novel "All That We Carried", two sisters undertake a hiking trip that’s fraught with perils. The Greene sisters have been estranged for a decade, ever since their parents were killed in an automobile accident and... Read More

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Written in Starlight

by Tanisha Rule

Isabel Ibañez’s "Written in Starlight" is a powerful story of lost privilege and a fight to uncover personal strength. Catalina is the rightful heiress to the Inkasisa throne, but she has been disgraced, overthrown, and sentenced to... Read More

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