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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

Wizard for Hire

by Laura Leavitt

Obert Skye’s Wizard for Hire: Magic Required concludes a rambunctious trilogy with wacky conversations and adventurous wizardry. The story begins with Ozzy, whose early life was marked by tragedy and isolation, receiving his official... Read More

Book Review

The Queen of Paris

by Meg Nola

With its pivotal focus on Coco Chanel’s reported World War II work as a Nazi spy, Pamela Binnings Ewen’s novel "The Queen of Paris" fictionalizes the thoughts and motivations of the French design icon––a complex, controlled woman... Read More

Book Review

Salmon

by Jeremiah Rood

Mark Kurlansky’s "Salmon" makes the species an ecological poster child and a microcosm of the environmental challenges we face. More than an environmental book about overfishing, the text includes a comprehensive natural and cultural... Read More

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Exercise Is Medicine

by Tanisha Rule

The general consensus is that exercise is good and leads to a better quality of life than sedentary habits do, but according to Judy Foreman’s Exercise Is Medicine, there is an additional benefit that should be promoted more widely.... Read More

Book Review

The Dollmaker

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Nina Allan’s exquisite and strange "The Dollmaker" is a postmodern fairy tale, both whimsical and aching in its appeal. Andrew felt lost among his contemporaries until he discovered that he had a gift for fashioning discarded and... Read More

Book Review

Contagion

by Susan Waggoner

Teri Terry’s "Contagion" is a riveting, paranormal start to a new science fiction trilogy. When sixteen-year-old Shay, who’s hooked on quantum physics, realizes that she was the last person to see missing eleven-year-old Callie, she... Read More

Book Review

A Darker State

by Claire Foster

In 1976, the Cold War is turning up some chilling evidence for a detective in East Berlin. David Young’s "A Darker State" follows the mysterious case of a drowned teenage boy with a tattoo that links him to a conspiracy within the... Read More

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