Foreword Reviews

  1. Book Reviews
  2. Books with 384 Pages

Reviews of Books with 384 Pages

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

Return to Most Recent

Book Review

The Watchman’s Son

by Cristina Stan

In the pleasant novel "The Watchman’s Son", an everyman works toward forgiveness and love. In R. J. Stachofsky’s reflective novel "The Watchman’s Son", a teenager travels the back roads of Oregon, searching for more. Jacob is a... Read More

Book Review

Sensation Machines

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Adam Wilson’s near-future "Sensation Machines" is a delayed bildungsroman for a whole generation. Wendy and Michael met as college students in New York while navigating the detritus of September 11, 2001. He was a Marshall Mathers... Read More

Book Review

The Hardhat Riot

by Tanisha Rule

"The Hardhat Riot" moves, moment by tense moment, through May 8, 1970, a day known as Bloody Friday, which led to the fracturing of the Democratic Party and an opportunity for Richard Nixon. Starting with a glimpse of the fateful hour... Read More

Book Review


by Benjamin Welton

With its instances of violence, hatred, and vengeance, "Payback" is a classically styled detective novel that contains messages about healing wide and open wounds. Steve Bassett’s "Payback" is a haunting mystery novel about love, hate,... Read More

Book Review

Once You Know

by Eileen Gonzalez

"Once You Know" is a complex, gripping novel about how that which is unacknowledged can do the most damage. A family is left reeling after a father’s unforgivable betrayal in Madeleine Van Hecke’s novel "Once You Know". As she... Read More

Book Review

How the Deer Moon Hungers

by Aimee Jodoin

A girl comes into her own following a tragedy in Susan Wingate’s poignant novel. In Susan Wingate’s novel "How the Deer Moon Hungers", the hidden horrors of juvenile detention facilities are exposed. Mackenzie knows that her parents... Read More

Load More