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Reviews of Books with 400 Pages

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

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Bake from Scratch: Volume Two

by Rachel Jagareski

Baking is chemistry; baking is alchemy; baking is craft. Brian Hart Hoffman’s Bake from Scratch: Artisan Recipes for the Home Baker, Volume Two celebrates all of these aspects with more than 600 recipes from the sophomore year of Bake... Read More

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Troll

by Angela McQuay

"Troll" is a fast-paced psychological thriller about what we choose to pursue and what we leave behind. Fortune made his livelihood in international banking; his determined focus on his career left his personal life in ruins. He... Read More

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The Fruit Forager's Companion

by Rachel Jagareski

A Culinary Institute of America degree armed Sara Bir with cooking expertise, but it’s her clever writing and inquisitive, experimental mind that make The Fruit Forager’s Companion so exciting. This hybrid cookbook/plant guide/DIY... Read More

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The Book of Whispers

by Meagan Logsdon

Both fantastical and concrete, this historical tale offers an introspective glance at human nature. An intriguing mix of history and fantasy, Kimberley Starr’s "The Book of Whispers" unabashedly interprets the Crusades through a... Read More

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