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Reviews of Books with 388 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 388 pages.

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On Wings of a Lion

by Wendy Hinman

"On Wings of a Lion" is an exciting historical romance set during the Iranian Revolution. Susan Wakeford Angard’s thrilling historical romance "On Wings of a Lion" unfolds amid heart-pumping action in revolutionary Iran. In 1978,... Read More

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by Claire Foster

"Apart" is a soapy thriller packed with action scenes and spattered in blood. C. J. Pastore’s fast, dramatic thriller "Apart" follows a young couple who are menaced by a vengeful Russian gangster. With exciting scenes and stimulating... Read More

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The Treehouse

by Mya Alexice

"The Treehouse" is earnest, sweet, and charming as it works through the struggles of its shining lead character. Randi Triant’s insightful character-focused novel "The Treehouse" finds an intertwined cast dealing with relationships,... Read More

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In the Eyes of Mr. Fury

by Meagan Logsdon

A lovely patchwork of stories, this novel explores human relationships via magical realism. Philip Ridley’s "In the Eyes of Mr. Fury" is a fantastical and profound exploration of relationships. Witnessing the gruesome suicide of Judge... Read More

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Astrologer's Apprentice

by Delia Stanley

Enthusiasts of astrology and theology will appreciate Astrologer’s Apprentice for its ability to challenge the perception of God. Part coming-of-age story and part cyberthriller, David John Jaegers’s Astrologer’s Apprentice is a... Read More

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by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

For Kelsey Dupuis, a refined scientist from New Mexico with a fear of water, past and present are about to collide. "Incarnation" is a metaphysical thriller in which Kelsey’s dreams turn into nightmares. She experiences life through... Read More

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