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Reviews of Books with 392 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 392 pages.

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Big Boned

by Karen Rigby

In Jo Watson’s endearing novel "Big Boned", a talented artist’s ideas about her self-worth bloom after she moves to Cape Town. After her parents divorce, Lori transfers to Bay Water High. Her mother, in her distracted grief, rebrands... Read More

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by Susan Waggoner

In the convincing novel "Changganli", four friends witness China’s emergence as a modern power. Jiwen’s novel "Changganli" depicts the post-Mao transitions that brought China into modernity in under a generation. In 1986, the... Read More

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American Dreamer

by Benjamin Welton

"American Dreamer" is a must-read memoir and a quintessentially American immigrant’s story. Tim Tran’s memoir "American Dreamer" is a testament to the power of positive feeling and goodwill, even in the face of incredible odds. Tran... Read More

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by Eileen Gonzalez

Estranged siblings deal with their dying father, and each other, in Charles Lambert’s novel "Prodigal". Jeremy and Rachel have never been close. Rachel, always their father’s favorite, resents her mother and brother for abandoning... Read More

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The Waiting Rooms

by Angela McQuay

In the near future of Eve Smith’s novel "The Waiting Rooms", antibiotics no longer work, and people don’t often make it to their golden years. Following The Crisis, antibiotic-resistant strains of diseases have overrun the world,... Read More

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by Danielle Ballantyne

When Jeremy meets Alexandra, he believes her light may be enough to eclipse the shadows of his past. Once an operative in Northern Ireland during The Troubles, Jeremy was given a new identity as a social worker, counseling clients and... Read More

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Better Off Bald

by Ashley Holstrom

"Better Off Bald" is a realistic memoir about being a caretaker for a loved one with cancer, one that reveals all of the vulnerability that was hidden for the patient’s sake. Andrea Wilson Woods’s heartbreaking memoir "Better Off... Read More

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