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Reviews of Books with 342 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 342 pages.

Book Review

The Protectors

by Joseph S. Pete

"The Protectors" is an engaging thriller that maintains suspense as characters are revealed to not be who they seem. In Jolynn Angelini’s intriguing novel "The Protectors", spouses, neighbors, and colleagues are not who they seem to... Read More

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One and One Is One

by Karen Rigby

"One and One Is One" is an unsettling, deterministic story in which a boy suffers cruelty but displays resilience. In S. T. Byra’s dark coming-of-age tale "One and One Is One", a boy proves his talent for survival. Eight-year-old Grady... Read More

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Power Void

by John M. Murray

Clear and careful research is evinced in this thriller that concentrates on the complications of solar energy. In Edward Vickery’s timely thriller "Power Void", two nations scramble to come out on top. Professor Will Childress heads a... Read More

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The Island of Always

by Laura Leavitt

"The Island of Always" is a zany and unpredictable comedic literary novel. Stephen Evans’ funny "The Island of Always" incorporates environmental activism and mental health concerns into a back-and-forth romance between a former... Read More

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Second Acts

by Meredith Hardwicke

Intelligent, witty, and filled with true feeling, this is a novel that celebrates women’s bonds and resilience. "Second Acts", by Teri Emory, is a smart, heartfelt glimpse at love, loss, and surprises in the lives of three longtime... Read More

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Life at Sea

by Becky Diamond

Layton’s book is a fresh voyage through a fascinating subject, bringing the feeling of sailing to the page. In Life at Sea: From Caravels to Cruise Ships, anthropologist Monique Layton relates her experiences on modern liners to the... Read More

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Death in the Black Patch

by Delia Stanley

"Death in the Black Patch" blends chronicle with creativity to present a piece of the past. Bruce Wilson’s emotionally rich "Death in the Black Patch" paints a portrait of early twentieth-century life in the American South. Inspired by... Read More

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