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Reviews of Books with 421 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 421 pages.

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by Carolina Ciucci

"Equilibrium" is a captivating novel in which grieving friends work together to save the world. In James Luthi’s dazzling science fiction novel "Equilibrium", a mixed group faces an ancient enemy in order to save humanity. Nick... Read More

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Lives in Transit

by Karen Rigby

Helena Goscilo, Chair and Professor in the Department of Slavic and East European Languages and Literatures at Ohio State University, has edited a remarkably satiating, intelligent anthology featuring short stories by twenty-three of... Read More

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Red Star on the Sail

by Gary Presley

The collapse of the Soviet Union caused many sleepless nights for world leaders who wondered what would happen to the USSR’s extensive stockpiles of nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons: Would they fall into the wrong hands?... Read More

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Perils of Dominance

by Karl Helicher

The traditional explanation that America was drawn inevitably into the Vietnam quagmire because it was a critical front in the cold war between the United States and the Soviet Union is challenged convincingly in these two important... Read More