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Reviews of Books with 384 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 384 pages.

Book Review

Prize for the Fire

by Meg Nola

Rilla Askew’s historical novel "Prize for the Fire" is the tragic, passionate story of an Englishwoman who lived during the reign of Henry VIII. In 1537, Martha faces an arranged marriage. But her sudden death leaves a void in the... Read More

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The Wild Swans

by Jeana Jorgensen

Jackie Morris’s "The Wild Swans" is a dreamy retold fairy tale that’s full of hope, beauty, and love. A retelling of “The Wild Swans” by Hans Christian Andersen, the story revolves around the princess Eliza and her eleven... Read More

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by Erika Harlitz Kern

In Steve Sem-Sandberg’s historical novel "W.", a soldier is sentenced to death for murder during the Napoleonic Wars. Always at the wrong place at the wrong time, Johann Christian Woyzeck struggles to find his place in life. Orphaned... Read More

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Bad Gays

by Michael Elias

Huw Lemmey and Ben Miller’s "Bad Gays" is about prominent historical queer figures whose “evilness” is often overlooked when discussing the history of queer politics, and whose queerness is often overlooked when discussing the... Read More

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Sing Her Name

by Karen Rigby

Musical talent blooms in Rosalyn Story’s stirring, character-driven novel "Sing Her Name", a powerful story about Black artistry, women’s dreams, and overcoming strife. After they are displaced to New York by Hurricane Katrina, Eden... Read More

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