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Reviews of Books with 400 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 400 pages.

Book Review

The Bucket List

by Claire Foster

Peter Mohlin and Peter Nyström’s "The Bucket List" is a classic Nordic noir thriller—tight, layered, and so chilly that it shivers. In the picturesque Swedish hills, Emelie, the daughter of a family of billionaires, goes missing.... Read More

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David and Ameena

by Claire Foster

Meatballs, free jazz, and subway singers? This is a fine romance. A fanciful courtship flourishes between two artistic loners in "David and Ameena", whose leads deal with connections, synchronicity, and cultural differences. David and... Read More

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by Kristine Morris

Josephine Caminos Oría’s memoir "Sobremesa" is warm and nourishing, covering family, food, love, and heritage. It is also a romantic, bicultural coming-of-age story with a touch of magical realism. When Oría, a first-generation... Read More

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by Camille-Yvette Welsch

In E. M. Wright’s steampunk, alternative past novel, humans become biomaton slaves when their body parts are replaced with mechanical ones, and their brains are changed to suit their new stations by dampening or removing all human... Read More

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The Seed Keeper

by Danielle Ballantyne

Told through the voices of strong, albeit fractured, women across generations, "The Seed Keeper" is a novel about legacies, generational trauma, and the inescapable call of one’s roots. Rosalie’s mother died when she was four. She... Read More

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Phoenix Flame

by Eileen Gonzalez

A teenage girl fights to save her family and an entire realm in Sara Holland’s young adult fantasy novel, "Phoenix Flame". Maddie always thought that the inhabitants of Solaria were an evil, dangerous race. Now that she knows the... Read More

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by Edith Wairimu

"Caught!" is the inspiring biography of a fisheries overseer who faced barriers to his conservationist efforts. "Caught!" is Joel B. Kerr’s illuminating biography of Canadian fisheries overseer John W. Kerr. John W. Kerr was born in... Read More

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