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Reviews of Books with 348 Pages

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The Last Train

by Shana Creaney

"The Last Train" is a well-paced and absorbing mystery, with quick action and a look at urban life. In "The Last Train" by Michael Pronko, Detective Hiroshi Shimizu and the Tokyo homicide unit go on a thrilling hunt for a murderer of... Read More

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A Debt of Survival

by John M. Murray

"A Debt of Survival" is an atmospheric novel and an engrossing entry in the horror genre. "A Debt of Survival" by L. F. Falconer examines the price of war within an incredible character-driven supernatural horror ordeal. In the idyllic... Read More

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Undiscovered Country

by Stephanie Bucklin

After her mother’s death, Cat decides to defer her admission to Stanford and flee her grief by joining (the amusingly named) Students Without Boundaries and traveling to Calantes, a South American country that has just experienced a... Read More

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Zero Degrees

by Kristine Morris

The prime meridian, though not a “real thing,” rules the life of everyone on the planet; it’s the place at which the world’s longitude is set at zero degrees, giving humans the ability to standardize the measures of both... Read More

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None Shines More Brightly

by Caitlynn Lowe

This novelization of the life of Jesus emphasizes the idea that good always triumphs over evil. John Fuja’s "None Shines More Brightly" is a historically conscious retelling of Jesus’s early life, spanning from the arrival of the... Read More

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The BreakBeat Poets

by Josh Cook

Authors from a wide range of marginalized existences compose modern poetry in this exciting, important collection. The BreakBeat Poets: New American Poetry in the Age of Hip Hop offers a thrilling vortex of diverse voices. Born between... Read More

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Pathways to Serenity.

by Seamus Mullarkey

This presentation of a vast variety of perspectives on addiction recovery and prevention deserves a wide audience. For those battling addiction, serenity is often an elusive or unattainable state. In Pathways to Serenity, a broad-ranging... Read More

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