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Reviews of Books with 374 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 374 pages.

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Sticks 'n' Stones

by Matt Benzing

Sticks ’n’ Stones is a fun, encyclopedic history of the controversial path that curling took to gain Olympic status. Warren Hansen’s sports history book Sticks ’n’ Stones concerns how the outlet became an Olympic sport. Hansen,... Read More

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Irreplaceable You

by Ian Dailey

In "Irreplaceable You", a young woman questions whether the relationship she wants is truly meant to be. In Durga’s romance novel "Irreplaceable You", friends fight to remain platonic, though fate seems to have other plans. Hana is... Read More

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Marines of Quế Sơn

by Ian Dailey

In the humane historical novel "Marines of Quế Sơn", men in a war-torn area face internal battles, too. In R. B. MacNichol’s historical novel "Marines of Quế Sơn", soldiers and civilians are brought together in the middle of the... Read More

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The Awakenings

by John M. Murray

The Awakenings: Battle of the Mind is a faith-driven fantasy that revels in its gruesome violence. In James Sonny’s harrowing novel The Awakenings: Battle of the Mind, faith and determination help a young man to face a growing threat... Read More

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Going Home

by Benjamin Welton

"Going Home" is a time-bending thriller that raises questions about connections between modern politics and the political past. Dennis Frank Macek’s political novel "Going Home" blurs the lines between the past and present in order to... Read More

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The City of Veils

by Catherine Thureson

S. Usher Evans’s tight-woven fantasy "The City of Veils" focuses on a strong young woman who is determined to take care of her home and its people. When she was young, Brynna ran away from an arranged marriage. For years she has lived... Read More

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Rock Solid

by Aimee Jodoin

Difficulties are not all for nothing in "Rock Solid", a historical saga about human resilience. Carolyn Muir Helfenstein’s historical family saga "Rock Solid" reveals the tenacity it took settlers to survive and thrive in colonial... Read More

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