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Reviews of Books with 356 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 356 pages.

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The Blue Butterfly

by Karen Rigby

"The Blue Butterfly" is a vibrant period novel that reimagines the controversial love story of a classic film star. Leslie Johansen Nack’s absorbing historical novel "The Blue Butterfly" follows Marion, the vulnerable mistress of... Read More

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William Still

by Kristine Morris

In "William Still", William Kashatus relates the story of the Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society (PASS) clerk who risked his life to help nearly a thousand escaped slaves reach freedom during the tumultuous years leading up to the... Read More

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Hell and Damnation

by Katie Asher

Marq de Villiers’s "Hell and Damnation" is a comprehensive guide to all things Hades, not to be left behind on the next trip to the underworld. Broken into four parts, "Hell and Damnation" answers standard journalistic questions to... Read More

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Airliner Down

by Benjamin Welton

"Airliner Down" is a tight thriller, told with meticulous details and furious with action. John Etzil’s fast-paced and exhilarating thriller "Airliner Down" is not a book for those with aerophobia. Set aboard Flight 2262 as it flies... Read More

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Ever Alice

by Edith Wairimu

"Ever Alice" is an enthralling take on a classic story. H. J. Ramsay’s young adult fantasy "Ever Alice" is an intriguing reinvention of Lewis Carroll’s Alice through the Looking-Glass. Here, Alice finds herself confined to an asylum... Read More

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Weather Woman

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Beneath a New Jersey sky, a young girl with the deck stacked against her falls in love with the weather. Years later, feeling an odd fit with her PhD program at MIT, she heads north to try her hand at television meteorology, whirling... Read More

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The Enchanted Life

by Kristine Morris

For a small child, the world is filled with mystery and alive with possibility—in other words, it’s enchanted. But it’s a rare adult who manages to retain this sense of enchantment. At some point, we fall out of love with the... Read More

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