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Reviews of Books with 416 Pages

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

Book Review

The Vermilion Emporium

by Jeana Jorgensen

The magic system of Jamie Pacton’s delightful, haunting fantasy novel "The Vermilion Emporium" pays tribute to the Radium Girls, who met tragic ends. Quinta is an orphan who fears she will never live up to her mother’s magical life.... Read More

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The Canada Project

by Aleena Ortiz

In the thriller "The Canada Project", a careful, persistent reporter uncovers dangerous extremism in the oil industry. In Claudia Cattaneo’s heart-stopping thriller "The Canada Project", the interests of the press, the oil industry,... Read More

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The Mexican Vegetarian Cookbook

by Rachel Jagareski

"The Mexican Vegetarian Cookbook" is a dazzling, rich text that highlights the skill of maestras throughout Mexico’s diverse regions, relating how vegetables and herbs are the foundation of disparate dishes in the national cuisine. The... Read More

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Come Down Somewhere

by Karen Rigby

Jennifer L. Wright’s intelligent and arresting historical novel focuses on two girls who witness the atomic bomb test in New Mexico. In 1944, the US Army claims Olive’s family ranch through eminent domain. Against her will, she’s... Read More

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Long Way Home

by Vivian Turnbull

Lynn Austin’s poignant historical novel "Long Way Home" highlights the heroism of those who lived through WWII. Gisela’s family becomes unsafe as Germany turns hostile toward Jewish people. They secure spots on a boat bound for Cuba,... Read More

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What Matters Most

by Karen Rigby

A widow returns to her husband’s Nantucket cottage in hopes of restarting her life in "What Matters Most", Courtney Walsh’s wholesome, piercing romance novel about atonement and restored faith. After five years of grieving, Emma is... Read More

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The Sixteen Trees of the Somme

by Elaine Chiew

Lars Mytting’s "The Sixteen Trees of the Somme" is an intricate and evocative literary mystery about an orphaned Norwegian man whose family history is caught in between two world wars and the German Jewish sides of WWII. Growing up on... Read More

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Subversive Habits

by Melissa Wuske

Shannen Dee Williams’s "Subversive Habits" is an awe-inspiring history book about Black nuns who fought for freedom and equality. The first comprehensive history of Black Catholic sisters in the United States, this book reveals the... Read More

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