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Reviews of Books with 382 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 382 pages.

Book Review

Grounds for Divorce

by Michelle Anne Schingler

In Remy Maisel’s light, charming novel "Grounds for Divorce", an outmatched paralegal attempts to solve the Israel-Palestine conflict in an unusual way. Emily, a dedicated underachiever who’s just been fired from an unpaid... Read More

Book Review

Finding George Washington

by Delia Stanley

Ending with a twist, this time travel novel is a history-minded work that questions which cultural influences best define the US. In Bill Zarchy’s science fiction novel "Finding George Washington", George Washington is temporally... Read More

Book Review

Barleycorn

by Katerie Prior

"Barleycorn" is a compelling tale with a fresh perspective on God and religion. Questions around the nature of God, humanity, and faith sprout and grow in Harold Auckridge’s surreal novel "Barleycorn". Barleycorn and Mustard Seed are... Read More

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