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Reviews of Books with 332 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 332 pages.

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Look to the Sun

by Aimee Jodoin

In Emmie Mears’s dystopian novel of political unrest "Look to the Sun", a book, a pocket watch, and an unknown history bring two individuals together to combat an oppressive government. As a political party called the National... Read More

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Nexus Point

by John M. Murray

In the intriguing time travel novel "Nexus Point", a lone traveler fights to protect his future. In K. Pimpinella’s character-driven science fiction novel "Nexus Point", a soldier attempts to prevent a rogue agent from changing the... Read More

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Fatal Decision

by Gregory A. Lowe

In the exhilarating spy novel "Fatal Decision", two accomplished and compelling intelligence agents on opposite sides of an agency divide go head to head. With shootouts, duplicity, and espionage throughout, T. K. Wolf’s thriller... Read More

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Cloud Hopper

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Look up, up, up to skies filled with endless possibilities in Beth Kephart’s young adult wonder, "Cloud Hopper". Around the municipal airport of Gilbertine live three friends: Sophie is “the tallest, Wyatt’s the thinnest, K’s the... Read More

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Earth's Emergence

by Delia Stanley

The science fiction novel Earth’s Emergence finds hope for humanity in the ethical use of science and technology. In Matthew J. Baldwin’s science fiction drama Earth’s Emergence, an alien reincarnates as a boy genius whose... Read More

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Norman Smith's Hobbies

by Delia Stanley

Norman Smith’s Hobbies is a fun, absurdist trip down the rabbit hole of wall-breaking self-awareness. In Gareth Owen’s comedic novel Norman Smith’s Hobbies, a British retiree pursues his fanciful interest in building a flight... Read More

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The Next Election

by Delia Stanley

"The Next Election" marries love and government and exudes sensitivity and charm. Landon Wallace’s political romance "The Next Election" continues the story of star-crossed lovers who throw themselves into their work to avoid their... Read More

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