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Reviews of Books with 358 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 358 pages.

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Maiden Hills

by Nancy Powell

The fantasy novel "Maiden Hills" is filled with action, adventure, and an endearing heroine whose social awakening is satisfying. In N. L. Estrada’s medieval sword-and-sorcery fantasy novel "Maiden Hills", a young queen wrestles with... Read More

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The Meaning of Life

by Andrea Hammer

"The Meaning of Life" is an ambitious self-help work about achieving personal satisfaction. Nathanael Garrett Novosel’s philosophical and scientific treatise, "The Meaning of Life", suggests means of finding greater fulfillment. The... Read More

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Light of Day

by Eileen Gonzalez

"Light of Day" is a thorough social science study about the pervasiveness of sexualized violence. In her timely social science study "Light of Day", Janet A. McDonald challenges everyone to reconsider what they think they know about... Read More

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by Barry Silverstein

Brian Blum, a technology journalist, characterizes the Israeli company Better Place as “perhaps the most spectacularly failed technology startup of the 21st century” in his novel-like business story, "Totaled". Blum tells the tale of... Read More

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Thank You for the Shoes

by James Burt

This epic narrative of Italian immigrants in America is entertaining and insightful. Raffaela Marie Rizzo’s "Thank You for the Shoes" is a realistic portrait of a young man’s quest to make something of himself as an immigrant in the... Read More

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Cruise Widows

by Felicia Topp

This historical novel shows what daily life was like for women whose husbands were away at war. Hope Moore’s "Cruise Widows" tells the story of five Navy wives and the lives they lead while their husbands are away on a nine-month tour... Read More

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