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Reviews of Books with 376 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 376 pages.

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Class III Threat

by Benjamin Welton

Larry Enmon’s "Class III Threat" is an action-first thriller set in the dangerous world of the US Secret Service. Michael Roberts is a good agent—one of the best out of the Dallas office. However, despite all of his good qualities,... Read More

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Wild Sun

by Eileen Gonzalez

Rebels fight to free their world from hostile aliens in Ehsan Ahmad and Shakil Ahmad’s intricate science fiction novel, Wild Sun: Unbound. Part of a series, Wild Sun: Unbound is set on Corvos, a world where the native people have been... Read More

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Into the Carpathians

by Eileen Gonzalez

"Into the Carpathians" depicts a journey so breathtaking that it will make even those who dislike the outdoors want to pack a bag and see Sparks’s marvels for themselves. Alan E. Sparks recounts a transformative hiking expedition in... Read More

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The Ultra Betrayal

by John M. Murray

"The Ultra Betrayal" is a masterful historical spy thriller where morality pushes people to their breaking points. In Glenn Dyer’s espionage-drenched novel "The Ultra Betrayal", a missing Allied cryptographer puts the fate of the war... Read More

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The Lives of Bees

by Barry Silverstein

One of the more startling facts Thomas Seeley, the Horace White Professor of Biology at Cornell University, cites in his comprehensive and essential "The Lives of Bees" is that “the honey bee provides nearly half of all crop... Read More

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Nation of the Beasts

by Delia Stanley

"Nation of the Beasts" is a bewitching fantasy novel—both bold and exciting. Mariana Palova’s "Nation of the Beasts" is a supernatural coming-of-age story, full of action and family bonds. Ever since he was a child, Elisse could see... Read More

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The Horseman's Song

by Ho Lin

Ben Pastor’s Martin Bora series mixes historical fact with fiction and is told from the perspective of Bora, a World War II German officer and master detective. The Horseman’s Song, the sixth entry in the saga (and a prequel to the... Read More

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