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Reviews of Books with 376 Pages

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

Book Review

The Age of Goodbyes

by Ho Lin

Zig-zagging back and forth across time, Li Zi Shu’s "The Age of Goodbyes" is a kaleidoscopic family drama presented through multiple perspectives. The novel’s central focus is a book also titled "The Age of Goodbyes"; it follows the... Read More

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Reign Returned

by Catherine Thureson

In Katie Keridan’s exciting and complex fantasy novel "Reign Returned", two strangers from quite different worlds join together and discover commonalities. Kyra is a healer and an Astral, a member of the golden-blooded realm. She... Read More

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Like a Complete Unknown

by Karen Rigby

Against the backdrop of Chicago’s counterculture, a teenage runaway and a widowed gynecologist form a bond in Anara Guard’s striking novel Like a Complete Unknown. Katya, the starry-eyed, artistic daughter of Polish emigrants, flees... Read More

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War Bunny

by Eileen Gonzalez

"War Bunny" is a postapocalyptic fantasy novel in which everyone has value and is worth fighting for. In Christopher St. John’s fantasy novel "War Bunny", a rejected rabbit wants to remake the world so that everyone has a place in it.... Read More

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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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