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Reviews of Books with 377 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 377 pages.

Book Review

The Fourteenth of September

by Karen Rigby

"The Fourteenth of September" is a moving tribute to lives altered by the chance nature of the Vietnam draft. Rita Dragonette’s illuminating historical novel "The Fourteenth of September" captures the Vietnam War through the heartaches... Read More

Book Review

Tales of Jonathan

by Sheila M. Trask

Katherine Paterson’s Bridge to Terabithia meets Hermann Hesse’s Steppenwolf in this absorbing fantasy novel by debut author Keith Nicol. The multifaceted "Tales of Jonathan" takes readers on an adventure that uses the magic of the... Read More

Book Review

The MidLife Health Guide for Men

“Genes will only help you the first half of life…After that it’s the lifestyle you lead from midlife on that determines how well you’ll do” Dr. Chris Rao writes. The author takes a proactive preventive approach to disease and... Read More

Book Review

The Testari Scrolls

by Todd Mercer

Lindy Guilles is a European-raised American Egyptologist in her mid-twenties languishing in a failed marriage to a deceitful CIA agent. The daughter of an emotionally distant archeologist Lindy suffers successive shocks when he passes... Read More

Book Review

Rain Line

by John Flesher

Drunk and depressed, Harvard hockey star Danny McPhee drives his car off a bridge and into a river after a victory party, drowning in the blackened waters. His girlfriend, artistic but insecure Leonarda Baye, fights her way to shore,... Read More

Book Review

The Farfarers

by Nelly Heitman

In his unerringly superlative writing, Mowat is once again standing the archaeological world on end. Almost thirty-five years after releasing his controversial theory that the Norse were the first Europeans to discover the North American... Read More

Book Review

Swallow Summer

by David Speas

Distinguished avian ecologist Charles R. Brown has spent the last 15-odd summers in southwestern Nebraska netting, banding, measuring, observing, living, eating and breathing the notoriously colonial cliff swallow to gain insight into... Read More