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Reviews of Books with 372 Pages

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The Boy from the Forge

by Laura Leavitt

"The Boy from the Forge" is a skillfully written, nostalgic coming-of-age story. Matt Brandt’s "The Boy from the Forge" is a sympathetic coming-of-age novel in which a young man makes choices that will shape him for decades to come.... Read More

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Sector 12 and the Art of Burning

by John M. Murray

A snarky, charismatic lead and nonstop action make this series title an irresistible addition. Joseph Kainz’s "Sector 12 and the Art of Burning" blends humor, adventure, and heart into an over-the-top space adventure. Once again,... Read More

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Resurrection America

by Claire Rudy Foster

Sheriff Rick Johnson has two problems: his present, and his past. Now that he’s safely home from a tour of duty in the Middle East, he’s settled into small-town life in Resurrection, Colorado. Even in that one-horse town, though, his... Read More

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The Suffragents

by Susan Waggoner

Kroeger provides a nearly minute-by-minute account of organized men’s participation in the fight for women’s suffrage. Brooke Kroeger’s massively researched history, The Suffragents: How Women Used Men to Get the Vote, chronicles... Read More

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Chemistry

by Stephanie Bucklin

When Stella Blunt arrives at a new school, her abrasive and straight-shooting personality doesn’t make her many new friends—with the exception of Howard “Howie” Mullins, a sweet, shy boy in her Chemistry class who also happens to... Read More

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Golden Legacy

by John M. Murray

"Golden Legacy" draws on one of piracy’s most iconic woman captains to build a straightforward quest for untold riches. "Golden Legacy" by Robert James Glider depicts a daring crew of treasure hunters in a thrilling global adventure to... Read More

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A Fine How Do You Do

by Jade Belzberg

This light and readable novel is full of eccentric and charming characters. "A Fine How Do You Do" by Patty Dickson follows a devoted husband of forty years as he abandons his Pennsylvania hometown and takes up residence in a quaint,... Read More

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