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Reviews of Books with 360 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 360 pages.

Book Review

Elizabeth of Bohemia

by Meg Nola

David Elias’s "Elizabeth of Bohemia" brings Elizabeth Stuart, the daughter of England’s King James I, to life. Elizabeth was married at age sixteen to Prince Frederick of the Palatinate. Her intelligence, candor, and strong will... Read More

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Woden's Key

by Delia Stanley

Woden’s Key is a speedy adventure novel that puts a twist on history. In Wayne Cotes’s globe-trotting thriller Woden’s Key, a team of ambitious adventurers go wherever mystery leads them. Jerod Grey turned his passion into a... Read More

Book Review

The Grey Zone

by Angela McQuay

"The Grey Zone" is a strong introduction to a new science fiction series. Jason McMillan’s science fiction novel "The Grey Zone" includes political and socioeconomic undertones; it is entertaining and thought-provoking. The story is... Read More

Book Review

How It Happened

by Rachel Jagareski

Budapest lawyer Ernő Munkácsi was the secretary of Hungary’s Central Jewish Council, which administered restrictions on Jews by the government and its German occupiers during 1944. He documents the decimation of the largest intact... Read More

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The Prototype

by Jeremiah Rood

This zany book plays with science fiction and thriller tropes, resulting in a tale that is oversized, fun, and fast. Sam Mitani’s exciting thriller "The Prototype" includes science fiction elements as it takes on the cloak-and-dagger... Read More

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