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Reviews of Books with 416 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 416 pages.

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Apprentice Needed

by Claire Foster

There are two kinds of people in the moody, magical world of "Apprentice Needed": those who are opposed to imagination, and those who understand what a powerful force it can be. The second novel in the Wizard for Hire series revisits the... Read More

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Great Lakes Chronicle

by Anna Call

"Great Lakes Chronicle" is a useful and thorough record of the major projects undertaken on the coasts of Wisconsin. "Great Lakes Chronicle" collects short essays, primarily detailing environmentally-oriented projects centered on the... Read More

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Patriot or Traitor

by Rachel Jagareski

"Patriot or Traitor" reveals fascinating Elizabethan Walter Ralegh’s accomplishments as a teen soldier, inner-circle courtier, ethnographer/colonizer/pirate, and author. Anna Beer explains why Ralegh’s influence and fortune arced and... Read More

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by Delia Stanley

M. J. Woods’s "Balance" is a fun and seductive romance novel that develops anticipation for Alexis and Aidan’s next adventure. M. J. Woods’s "Balance" explores emotional themes of family and friendship. It is a sexy romance set... Read More

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Sector 12 and the Art of Falling

by John M. Murray

With flavors of a western but set in space, this military adventure is over-the-top fun. Joseph Kainz’s raucous, ribald space adventure "Sector 12 and the Art of Falling" follows a heroic agent who’s combating a conspiracy. Ranger... Read More

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