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Reviews of Books with 448 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 448 pages.

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My Fourth Time, We Drowned

by Karin Killian

Irish journalist Sally Hayden’s "My Fourth Time, We Drowned" is a meticulous account of the horrifying North African refugee crisis. In 2018, Hayden received a surprise Facebook message from an Eritrean man locked inside of a Libyan... Read More

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Gastro Obscura

by Suzanne Kamata

"Gastro Obscura" is a fascinating compendium of international food facts and lore. The entries, most about a page long, span the globe and are illustrated with bright photographs and drawings. Some will no doubt induce... Read More

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A River Called Time

by Aimee Jodoin

Courttia Newland’s "A River Called Time" is an expansive speculative novel in which the British did not colonize Africa, but instead sought to learn from its cultures. In an alternate reality London, Markriss has been selected to live... Read More

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The Steel Beneath the Silk

by Michele Sharpe

The historical novel "The Steel Beneath the Silk" brings Emma of Normandy to life with authentic details and timeless themes around women’s autonomy. Set in eleventh-century England, Patricia Bracewell’s "The Steel Beneath the Silk"... Read More

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The City of Good Death

by Eileen Gonzalez

A mysterious death brings chaos and clarity in Priyanka Champaneri’s novel, "The City of Good Death". To die in Kashi is to be freed from the endless burden of reincarnation and rebirth. Pramesh, who manages a hostel for dying... Read More

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Heavy Ground

by Erika Harlitz Kern

Norris Hundley and Donald C. Jackson’s "Heavy Ground" focuses on the events surrounding the St. Francis Dam disaster. On March 12th, 1928, the St. Francis Dam collapsed, and twelve billion gallons of silted water crashed through the... Read More

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