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Reviews of Books with 318 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 318 pages.

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Status Human

by Michele Sharpe

"Status Human" is an action-oriented science fiction novel about androids whose human components bring them strength. In Daniel Weisbeck’s science fiction novel "Status Human", a sentient android does battle with a mercenary... Read More

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Moriah Jones

by Karen Rigby

In the winsome fantasy novel "Moriah Jones", a girl caught between two different realms discovers more about her powers and her place in the world. In Hanial Kashim’s entertaining Arthurian fantasy novel "Moriah Jones", a resourceful,... Read More

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by Aimee Jodoin

Valiant and feminist, "Harriet" is a fantastic tribute to Jane Austen’s Emma. Inspired by the works of Jane Austen, Alice McVeigh’s "Harriet" is a lovely comedy of manners about friendship and love, both feigned and true. The book... Read More

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Twelfth Winter

by Vivian Turnbull

Rich with historical details, "Twelfth Winter" is a coming-of-age novel in which a boy navigates two different worlds. In J. Arthur Moore’s historical novel "Twelfth Winter", a boy adapts to a new life while holding on to his heritage.... Read More

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The Eves

by Karen Rigby

Heartfelt personal discoveries are made, and rich friendships formed, in the warm novel "The Eves". In Grace Sammon’s redemptive novel, "The Eves", a woman’s private estrangements threaten to engulf her—until she finds a healing... Read More

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by Benjamin Welton

In the futuristic world of John Graham’s "Seraph", voidstalkers fight a rogue conspiracy that threatens all of humanity. In John Graham’s science fiction thriller "Seraph", the future includes a group of genetically enhanced,... Read More

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