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Reviews of Books with 362 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 362 pages.

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Little Anton

by Wendy Hinman

Self-interest and economic distress fan the flames of conflict in Little Anton: Part 1: The First Earl of Pluckden. John W. Warner IV’s newly released boxed set of the book series "Little Anton" includes Parts One, Two, and Three, and... Read More

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Revenge of a Queen

by John M. Murray

"Revenge of a Queen" is a character-driven medieval fantasy focused on love and political intrigue. In Charlene Sponsel’s intense coming-of-age fantasy "Revenge of a Queen", a romance set in a medieval realm is tinged with magic. Cam... Read More

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Self-Styled

by Eileen Gonzalez

Packed with stunning twists and larger-than-life characters, "Self-Styled" is a fascinating true crime story. Alan C. Logan’s historical true crime work "Self-Styled" chronicles the strange and scandalous life of a prolific American... Read More

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Our Future in Nature

by Kristine Morris

"Our Future in Nature" is a timely, innovative, and insightful book that bridges gaps between science and spirituality. Edmund Barrow’s "Our Future in Nature" forwards a worldview in which all of nature is sacred and worthy of respect.... Read More

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Déjà vu All Over Again

by Delia Stanley

Déjà Vu All Over Again is a romantic comedy that is both classic and distinctive. Larry Brill’s funny romance Déjà Vu All Over Again has likable leads and a feeling of familiarity. Nate Evans is an unmotivated movie writer whose... Read More

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The Warrior Revealed

by Erika Harlitz Kern

"The Warrior Revealed" is a fantasy quest that entertains and ensnares in equal measure. In A. R. Winterstaar’s heartfelt and entertaining fantasy adventure, "The Warrior Revealed", Queen Adelena is on a quest to save her daughter’s... Read More

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Worthy

by Susan Waggoner

"Worthy" is a highly readable novel with an uplifting reminder that ordinary people can do extraordinary things. Judy Salz’s illuminating "Worthy" features realistically flawed characters with a message to deliver. In this... Read More

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