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Reviews of Books with 434 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 434 pages.

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Our Immigrants' Son

by Eileen Gonzalez

This is an important reminder that immigrant narratives are a vital part of America’s present and future, not just its past. John Francis Patrick Murphy traces his family’s history in America and encourages others to explore their... Read More

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A Perfect Blindness

by Constance Augusta A. Zaber

"A Perfect Blindness" is a grunge rock fantasy with an operatic sense of drama. Is it possible to achieve fame and glory without letting go of your humanity? This familiar question is engaged by W. Lance Hunt in his novel, "A Perfect... Read More

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by Jill Allen

A poignant presentation of autism and its effects on a family. ABC’s hit show Parenthood has brought Asperger’s syndrome and its effects on a family to the fore. Now comes Elizabeth Haddon’s book, Milo: Autistic Warrior, about how... Read More

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America and WWI

by Julia Ann Charpentier

Rich descriptions of scenes from WWI and present-day areas of interest for historians and travelers make this somber guide intriguing. A sophisticated history text integrates the practical details of a guide in this informative and... Read More

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The Corporate Jungle

by Jill Allen

C. S. Lewis’s wardrobe gets a twenty-first-century makeover in this witty and inventive tale. People using closets to gain access to other worlds is a trope at least as old as C. S. Lewis’s The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.... Read More

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Burning the Midnight Oil

by Peter Dabbene

These graceful essays reflecting on those who own the night shed light on the beauty we find in darkness. Respected writer Phil Cousineau draws on decades of reading and writing in this far-ranging compilation of essays and poems about... Read More

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Red Plenty

by Lee Polevoi

Francis Spufford is a British writer with highly eccentric interests. In I May Be Some Time: Ice and the English Imagination, he produced a cultural history of ice, Eskimos, and polar exploration. His previous book, Backroom Boys: The... Read More

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