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Reviews of Books with 317 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 317 pages.

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Rehumanized Drew

by Laura Kemmerer

This engaging book with supernatural elements will capture young adult attention. K. M. Baginski’s "Rehumanized Drew" deals with themes of redemption, powerlessness, and overcoming the odds, resulting in a highly engaging, electric... Read More

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The Goddess of Dance

by Barbara Bamberger Scott

This Arabian fantasy is the second in the Spirits of the Ancient Sands series. In Part I, The Princess of Dhagabad, we are introduced to Princess Gul’ Agdar, the youthful daughter of a sultan who, having no male heir, has decreed that... Read More

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Violence

by Sheila M. Trask

It isn’t what you think. Debut novelist Timothy McDougall does open his story with a graphic murder scene, and the title is "Violence", so it’s reasonable to expect the book to continue with nonstop brutality. But instead, McDougall... Read More

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Incognito

by Christine Canfield

“I thought about when I was twelve years old, lying awake at night in the top bunk above my fast-asleep brother, and how I would stare at the ceiling and whisper aloud, I wish I were black… I wish I were black…” writes Michael... Read More

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A Bard's Eye View

A Bard’s Eye View tells of the beginnings of a gathering storm. Ogres led by Rapine are setting out to avenge the ill treatment they have endured. Rapine is the offspring of an ogre chief and an Elf of the Galena nation. Having... Read More

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Confessions of an Accidental Sleuth

Baseball and books have more in common than the letter B in B.F. Monachino’s first novel, "Confessions of an Accidental Sleuth". Monachino, who was semi-finalist for Amazon.com’s Breakthrough Novel Award, was a lawyer for major... Read More

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Through the Eyes of a Tiger

For forty years Jay Hoyland tried to forget those days in Vietnam that changed him so profoundly. But when an old soldier asked for his help with a bureaucratic problem, something made him unearth his diaries and letters and read the... Read More

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