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Reviews of Books with 357 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 357 pages.

Book Review

Hall of Skulls

by Benjamin Welton

In the fantasy novel "Hall of Skulls", a young man works to save his true love and to achieve eternal wisdom. Jamie Eubanks’s intricate, inventive fantasy novel "Hall of Skulls" combines cosmic futurism with a timeless tale of love and... Read More

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Love Through All Strife

by Karen Rigby

"Love Through All Strife" is a quixotic historical novel filled with entertaining episodes. J. P. Hogan’s "Love Through All Strife" depicts a rescue mission following a Central American government being overthrown. Nineteen-year-old... Read More

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More than Bones

by John M. Murray

Craig David Singer’s cheeky More Than Bones is tale of self-discovery filled with quirky comedy and surprising depth. Dr. Emily Norton begins a residency program at a prestigious Catholic hospital in Baltimore. She moves into a sleepy... Read More

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But One Husband

by Tom Bevier

Sarah Ann Thirkell was born in 1837 in Yorkshire, England. She grew up in that damp and foggy place in a family near the bottom of the English class system; she came to yearn for a life free of subservience to the whims of the ruling... Read More

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