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Reviews of Books with 341 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 341 pages.

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by Karen Rigby

"I.Am.Elizabeth." is an unusual novel in which a woman learns to forgive herself with the help of an otherworldly royal. In Kathi Haacke Morehead’s historical fantasy "I.Am.Elizabeth.", Elizabeth of York is an otherworldly companion to... Read More

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Sunrise at San Attarium

by Felicia Topp

"Sunrise at San Attarium" questions whether it is possible to make one’s fantasies come true. To live out a fantasy isn’t possible for most people, yet in Rhys Llewellyn’s "Sunrise at San Attarium", it’s imperative. Bob Inwater... Read More

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The Land South of the Clouds

by Karen Rigby

This sharp, chromatic elegy for childhood offers an insightful look at the complexities of inherited grief. "The Land South of the Clouds", by Genaro Kỳ Lý Smith, charts a lost son’s turbulent course from an immigrant neighborhood... Read More

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In the Company of Educated Men

by Jeff Fleischer

This mix of crime thriller and road-trip story sends three friends on a psychological excursion into everpresent danger. About a quarter of the way in, Leonce Gaiter’s novel "In the Company of Educated Men" takes a significant turn... Read More

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Slouching Towards Sirte

by Amy O'Loughlin

In Slouching Towards Sirte: NATO’s War on Libya and Africa, Maximilian Forte dissects the purposes, justifications, myths, and consequences of NATO’s military intervention in Libya in 2011. Publicized for world consumption as a... Read More

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The Bricklayer

by Jeannine Chartier Hanscom

Fred Dalton is a man who has it all. Owner of a highly successful construction company, he has a beautiful, vivacious wife, a lovely home, and a seemingly bright future. A tragic accident that leaves his wife in a wheelchair is the... Read More

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The Return of Planet-X

by Todd Mercer

This book, though great fun, varies in substance from stretches of solid science to supermarket tabloid alien-probe conspiracy. Gloriously incorrect, "The Return of Planet-X" (perfect name for a 1970s/1980s midnight horror movie) is... Read More

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