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Reviews of Books with 342 Pages

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

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Free Ice Cream

by Carolina Ciucci

"Free Ice Cream" is a provocative exploration of the potential of creating an economy in which materials are free. In Ganesh Natarajan’s inspirational business book "Free Ice Cream", a group of friends attempt to radically change the... Read More

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The Maltese Attack

by John M. Murray

In the political thriller "The Maltese Attack", headstrong young people are swept into an international power play. In Jay Perin’s thriller "The Maltese Attack", two young people become political pawns to a Libyan coup. In the early... Read More

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Embrace Inverse Vibrations

by Eileen Gonzalez

"Embrace Inverse Vibrations" is a science fiction odyssey about how all life is connected, and about the consequences of forgetting that fact. A man with no past and no future goes on a fantastical journey of self-discovery in Adam James... Read More

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Father Divine's Bikes

by Mari Carlson

Father Divine’s Bikes is a haunting historical novel about a city’s coming of age. Steve Bassett’s novel, Father Divine’s Bikes, exposes postwar Newark’s underbelly. Following two related murders, circulation wars between major... Read More

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Kill Code

by Benjamin Welton

"Kill Code" is a shocking thriller whose many revelations stem from a woman’s horrible past. Luna Kayne’s taut thriller "Kill Code", the first novel in the Kill Code Trilogy, combines computer hacking, covert operations, and past... Read More

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by Meg Nola

In Susan M. Gaines’s intricate and informative novel "Accidentals", a twenty-three-year-old, Gabriel, takes an unexpected voyage with his mother, Lili, back to her native Uruguay. To do this, Gabriel quits his well-paying yet... Read More

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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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