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Reviews of Books with 368 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 368 pages.

Book Review

The Good Hawk

by Ho Lin

"The Good Hawk" imagines a mythological medieval Scotland whose mainland was devastated by plague and whose outer island clans are struggling to survive. On the Isle of Skye, Jaime is a reluctant teen from the Clann a Tuath. He’s... Read More

Book Review

The Heartless

by Benjamin Welton

David Putnam’s thriller "The Heartless" asks a timeless question: how far would you go to protect a loved one? Bruno Johnson, a deputy officer with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, thought he left all the blood and... Read More

Book Review

Race for Profit

by Jeff Fleischer

The Housing and Urban Development Act of 1968 is a case study in the way that private industries twist government programs to their advantage. Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor’s "Race for Profit" is clear and methodical as it details how a... Read More

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The Moonstoners

by Mari Carlson

Barbara J. Dzikowski’s "The Moonstoners" explores love in unsettled, complicated times. The Trudeau, Ziemny, and Chavis families first collide when Noel Trudeau meets Ricky Ziemny after art class. While Theckla and Freddie Chavis care... Read More

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The Lady in the Coppergate Tower

by Shana Creaney

Nancy Campbell Allen’s steampunk romance "The Lady in the Coppergate Tower" is a fantasy-laden Victorian era tale whose fascinating world is filled with drama and adventure. In high society London, working class Hazel works and pines... Read More

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