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Reviews of Books with 337 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 337 pages.

Book Review

Nad of Nadide

by Matt Benzing

Young lovers contend with cultural challenges in a time of turmoil in the historical romance novel "Nad of Nadide". In Wagih Abu-Rish’s passionate historical novel "Nad of Nadide", young lovers are kept apart by political strife.... Read More

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Crickets

by Delia Stanley

In Lee Chappel’s thriller "Crickets", a woman is forced to confront her past, whose threats stretch into the present. Kara fled Paige, Ohio, after she was raped by one of its prominent citizens. Her father’s sudden death forces her... Read More

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A Matter of Control

by Edith Wairimu

In J. E. Solinski’s intriguing young adult novel A Matter of Control, a well-meaning English teacher tries to motivate her students, though they do not always understand her intentions. Despite thriving in Detroit’s underground drug... Read More

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Stupidparty: Math V. Myth

by John Senger

With wit and cynicism, Andendall turns a critical eye on the Republican Party, contributing important insight to an ongoing political debate. Stupidparty: Math V. Myth: Unmasking the Destructive Forces Eroding American Democracy, from... Read More

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A Spartan Game

by John Senger

“It’s amazing the number of people who still contact me and tell me about the positive influence my father had on them. They know what his life was all about. I wish that there was some way to let today’s generation know that his... Read More

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Alexander Girard

by Meg Nola

Alexander Girard was born in New York in 1907, grew up in Florence, Italy, received a degree from Rome’s Royal School of Architecture, and subsequently began one of the design field’s most fascinating and exhaustive careers. Little... Read More

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