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Reviews of Books with 344 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 344 pages.

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by John M. Murray

"Solum" is an emotive fantasy novel about a family that’s driven to protect the unwitting populace from supernatural threats. In G. M. Chmilar’s urban fantasy novel "Solum", a family of magical warriors takes a young college student... Read More

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by Jaime Herndon

Cheryl E. Klein’s memoir "Crybaby" is candid about living with infertility and cancer simultaneously, while also navigating everyday life. When Klein and her fianceé, CC, decided to start fertility treatments to have a child, their... Read More

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Water Always Wins

by Rachel Jagareski

Erica Gies’s book documents how conventional water control efforts damage ecosystems and the water cycle, and how they are overwhelmed by natural disasters driven by climate change. Still, whether in Midwestern floodplains, Vietnam’s... Read More

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The Walled Garden

by Eileen Gonzalez

In Robin Farrar Maass’s academic mystery novel "The Walled Garden", decades-old secrets are given voice by a determined graduate student. After promising to fulfill her grandmother’s dying wish, Lucy travels from California to... Read More

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Explorers of Deep Time

by Rebecca Foster

“Paleontology is one of the most familiar and accessible of all sciences,” Roy Plotnick proclaims. Why? Dinosaurs, of course. Drawn in as children, a lucky few get the chance to make a career out of serendipitous fossil discoveries.... Read More

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