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Reviews of Books with 334 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 334 pages.

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An End

by John M. Murray

A Wiccan woman confronts the zombie apocalypse in the gruesome horror novel "An End". In Brandon Pawlicki’s horror novel "An End", a Wiccan woman with a traumatic past tries to survive the zombie apocalypse. The night before their... Read More

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Visions of Johanna

by Aimee Jodoin

"Visions of Johanna" is a somber literary coming-of-age novel in which a man confronts his repressed emotions in the midst of a tumultuous relationship. In Peter Sarno’s novel "Visions of Johanna", a man falls in love with a troubled... Read More

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by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

An observant girl navigates adolescence in a vibrant neighborhood in Chelene Knight’s coming-of-age novel "Junie". In 1933 in Vancouver, Junie and her mother, Maddie, move to the East End, a neighborhood teeming with life and color.... Read More

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Ghosts of the Past

by Benjamin Welton

In the charming historical thriller "Ghosts of the Past", a man hunts for a rumored Nazi treasure—but he has competition. Mark Downer’s "Ghosts of the Past" is an exhilarating and labyrinthine thriller centered around a large hunt... Read More

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Now Before the Dark

by Claire Foster

The feckless Sloot returns in "Now Before the Dark", the third book in Sam Hooker’s Very Serious Darkness series. Once an accountant for gangsters, and a former ghost who’s been transfigured into a demon, Sloot endures farcical... Read More

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by John M. Murray

"Fixer" is an engrossing novel in which five young adults come of age, held together by the trappings of modernity. In Sally Vedros’s unflinching novel "Fixer", a group of friends construct their futures together, breathing new life... Read More

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