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Reviews of Books with 294 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 294 pages.

Book Review

Munching on the Sun

by Laura Leavitt

"Munching on the Sun" encapsulates what it is like to have big questions about life while you’re falling in love and growing up. Mark Paul Oleksiw’s realistic coming-of-age novel "Munching on the Sun" focuses on an emotional young... Read More

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Longevity

by John M. Murray

"Longevity" is a unique thriller with glimmers of social and moral commentary. In Rolf Margeanu’s unique thriller "Longevity", a team discovers the means to extend human lifespans and catches the attention of the wrong people in the... Read More

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Infants of the Brush

by Karen Rigby

"Infants of the Brush" is a captivating, emotional story that speaks to the powerful will to survive. A novel about indentured boys who fight to earn five guineas for their freedom, Infants of the Brush: A Chimney Sweep’s Story... Read More

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The Drakos Effect

by John M. Murray

"The Drakos Effect" is an absorbing science fiction parable that unfolds with heart, action, and thoughtfulness. In Joe Sharcoff’s captivating and polished "The Drakos Effect", an enthusiastic astrobiologist and an unusual alien work... Read More

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Counter-Zombie Warfare

by John M. Murray

"Counter-Zombie Warfare" enlivens the undead genre by focusing on the elite squad tasked with squashing the zombie outbreak before it begins. Jason A. Beauchemin’s "Counter-Zombie Warfare" is an all-too-realistic take on the zombie... Read More

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Secrets and Shadows

by Delia Stanley

"Secrets and Shadows" is captivating historical fiction, blending huge events and minutiae with grace and detail. Poetic and emotional, "Secrets and Shadows" by Roberta Silman explores marriage, forgiveness, and trauma through the lens... Read More

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