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Reviews of Books with 374 Pages

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Oulanem

by Julia Ann Charpentier

Majkut has done a superb job using Marx’s abandoned fragment to its fullest potential in this highly evocative and chilling narrative. This unforgettable journey into the creative mind of Karl Marx spotlights what few political... Read More

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Crystal Ships

by Catherine Thureson

An understanding of history and the art that came out of the 1960s adds a robust sense of time and place to this vibrant story. "Crystal Ships" is an epic story about a group of young friends living through the turmoil of the 1960s and... Read More

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Slaves to Neurons

by Leia Menlove

In "Slaves to Neurons", Kaliannan Raju investigates the near future of robotics and the nature of human consciousness through the lenses of authentic and imagined science. Pete McRae, a neurologist-cum-robotics engineer, is bedeviled by... Read More

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Code of the Forest

by Geraldine A. Richards

Extra! Extra! Read all about it! The Good Guys Win! Even though there is never any doubt that Wade Mc Nabb with the help of Kate Stewart will triumph over the political and social influences of the “old boys network” led by Senator... Read More

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Methuselah's Pillar

by Ron Kaplan

Move over, Indiana Jones; there’s a new anthropologist/hero in town. When a simple shepherd in the Afghan mountains literally stumbles upon an ancient relic, he can’t imagine the terrible power his discovery may unleash. Meanwhile,... Read More

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