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Reviews of Books with 338 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 338 pages.

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by John M. Murray

In the fantasy novel Badgerblood: Awakening, a romance blossoms amid instances of magic and political intrigue. In S. C. Monson’s fantasy novel Badgerblood: Awakening, a young man discovers his family story as he faces punishment from... Read More

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Nostalgia Is Heartless

by Michele Sharpe

In this gripping novel set in a near future beset by relentless climate emergencies, a principled scientist grapples with personal and scientific challenges. In Sarah Lahey’s science fiction novel "Nostalgia Is Heartless", a scientist... Read More

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by Michelle Anne Schingler

A girl who’s always been sheltered from magic discovers the truth about her origins in "Wraithwood". Brinnie is less than delighted when her parents send her to spend the summer with her Uncle Merlin, whose existence she was never... Read More

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The Pruning

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

A woman who longs for belonging navigates the perils of romance and religion in Ora Murphy’s engrossing novel. In Ora Murphy’s novel "The Pruning", a woman searches for love and religious belonging. Ruth, a single mom of three,... Read More

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by Benjamin Welton

"Krakenscourge" is a cerebral and visceral science fiction thriller. John Graham’s "Krakenscourge" is a complicated science fiction thriller in which all of humanity is at stake. In a story that is rife with drama, Gabriel Thorn is... Read More

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The Winter Riddle

by Claire Foster

Deck the halls and grab your Christmas garters! Sam Hooker’s smart, snarky new novel, "The Winter Riddle", is the best farce of the season. The Winter Witch is sick and tired of Vikings, jolly old elves, and frost giants. Her arctic... Read More

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