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Reviews of Books with 396 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 396 pages.

Book Review

The Tome of Ding

by Joseph S. Pete

"The Tome of Ding" is an entertaining account of an interesting life. Terence Dingwall’s wry memoir "The Tome of Ding" collects amusing tales of globe-hopping and tinkering with vehicles. Covering Dingwall’s father’s World War II... Read More

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The Don of Siracusa

by Delia Stanley

"The Don of Siracusa" is a modernized mafia drama in which questions about morality, power, and revenge arise. In Sean Rea’s engrossing drama "The Don of Siracusa", a young man transitions from being a business professional to a mafia... Read More

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Malila of the Scorch

by Eileen Gonzalez

"Malila of the Scorch" is a thrilling dystopia whose characters fight to defend everything that matters most. A handful of spies and fighters are the only people who can save America from invasion in W. Clark Boutwell’s novel "Malila... Read More

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A Penguin Rolling down a Hill

by Nancy Powell

A Penguin Rolling Down a Hill is a highly entertaining adventure with wink-and-smile humor. Kevin Tranter’s A Penguin Rolling Down a Hill adeptly mixes Monty Pythonesque surrealism with slapstick humor for a wonderfully crafted young... Read More

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Ravens and Writing Desks

by Delia Stanley

This novel dives into fantastic worlds of magic, power, and the never-ending fight between darkness and light. A young girl must battle danger and darkness to fulfill a prophesy in Chris Meekings’s "Ravens and Writing Desks", a twist... Read More

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Memory Girl

by Stephanie Bucklin

Where does one identity begin and another end? In "Memory Girl", the inhabitants of ShareHaven do not really die—at least, their memories do not. The scientists in that community have figured out how to store and then transfer the... Read More

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