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Reviews of Books with 432 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 432 pages.

Book Review

White Magic

by Danielle Ballantyne

A collection of essays tackling addiction, sexual violence, mental illness, and the colonization of witchcraft, "White Magic" is a delight and a challenge. Elissa Washuta is a refreshing narrator, her prose poetic and sparse. Describing... Read More

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The Portrait

by Mari Carlson

In Ilaria Bernardini’s artful novel "The Portrait", Valeria is an author who needs a jacket picture for her new collection. This becomes her excuse to enter the house where her secret lover lays dying; there, his wife, Isla, will paint... Read More

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The Orchard House

by Karen Rigby

Heidi Chiavaroli’s novel "The Orchard House" is a tribute to Louisa May Alcott, whose historic home and writing speak to women’s need for refuge. When she was a teenager, Taylor was adopted by the Bennett family, whose kindness she... Read More

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The Arctic Fury

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

In 1854, Virginia Reeve stands in front of a Boston court, accused of the kidnapping and murder of wealthy socialite, Caprice Collins. Reeve, the leader of an all women’s expedition to the Arctic, juggles what to withhold and what to... Read More

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Night Bird Calling

by Karen Rigby

Cathy Gohlke examines spousal abuse and restored faith in "Night Bird Calling", an engrossing novel about a woman’s flight to rural Appalachia. In 1941, just after her mother’s death, Lilliana overhears her husband Gerald conspiring... Read More

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Sweet Dreams

by Delia Stanley

Dylan Jones’s "Sweet Dreams" is a vast and fascinating collection of interviews that showcase a decade of British music and culture—the New Romantic period, from 1975-1985. Mid-seventies England was full of chaos and creativity as... Read More

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The Paris Children

by Karen Rigby

Inspired by the social work and remarkable courage of Madeleine Lévy, the granddaughter of Captain Alfred Dreyfus, Gloria Goldreich’s haunting historical novel "The Paris Children" is centered in the French resistance. The Dreyfus... Read More

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