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Reviews of Books with 368 Pages

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

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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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Butter Honey Pig Bread

by Eileen Gonzalez

In Francesca Ekwuyasi’s "Butter Honey Pig Bread", a Nigerian woman’s homecoming stirs bad memories, old hurts, and a chance for new beginnings. Kehinde has not seen her mother, Kambirinachi, or twin sister, Taiye, in years. After... Read More

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The Last American Hero

by Joe Taylor

John Glenn, a prominent representative of the Greatest Generation, gets a dimensional treatment in Alice L. George’s biography, "The Last American Hero". While many Americans think of astronaut and senator John Glenn as “a bit of a... Read More

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