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Reviews of Books with 384 Pages

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

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Beyond Weird

by Rebecca Foster

If so great a physicist as Richard Feynman once claimed that “nobody understands quantum mechanics,” what hope do we laypeople have? Luckily, Philip Ball, a freelance writer (formerly of Nature magazine) who has published widely on... Read More

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The Longest Year

by Meagan Logsdon

An intriguing journey spanning two countries and multiple centuries, Daniel Grenier’s "The Longest Year" is at once epic and intimate, heartwarming and grotesque. This is a novel that defies easy categorization. Shades of the tall tale... Read More

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The Edge of Over There

by Karen Rigby

"The Edge of Over There" is a mesmerizing, menacing fantasy. Shawn Smucker fuses New Orleans lore, Christian themes, and dystopian landscapes in a thorough exploration of love and its unintended results. Following The Day the Angels... Read More

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Short Circuits

by Matt Sutherland

In an ideal world, we would be no shorter or taller than we need to be, no thinner or heavier, smarter or dimmer. We would be what we needed to be. Similarly, writing need not be short or long to be what it needs to be. When the work is... Read More

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Small Moving Parts

by Amy O'Loughlin

"Small Moving Parts" is an emotive, atmospheric, and memorable tour de force. Not to be missed. In 1958, on a summer’s night in Bufort, Texas, two strangers’ destinies collide. Harley Cain, an ill WWI veteran and rancher, and Dodger... Read More

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Blackbeard

by Benjamin Welton

Blackbeard: The Birth of America is a pleasure—a historical adventure that corrects popular assumptions about the fearsome privateer through captivating and cinematic scenes. The name “Blackbeard” once struck fear into the hearts... Read More

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