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Reviews of Books with 436 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 436 pages.

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You Can See More from up Here

by Aimee Jodoin

In Mark Guerin’s "You Can See More from up Here", a nineteen-year-old and his father face up to a conflict of generational ideologies when a workplace incident sends reverberations through their small town. In 1974 in Belford,... Read More

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So Late, So Soon

by Sarah Kohout

Anderson and her friends capture the poise and wisdom of women who have lived fulfilling lives. "So Late, So Soon", Linda K. Anderson’s compilation of essays, features thirty of Anderson’s female friends and their personal opinions... Read More

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The Fiery Furnace

by Kenny Jakubas

"The Fiery Furnace" is a well-written, thoroughly entertaining novel of Europe in the thirteenth century. In F. Scott Kimmich’s second novel in the Ordeal By Fire trilogy, a fast-paced historical realism accurately captures life in the... Read More

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Stumbling Out the Stable

by Clarissa Goldsmith

With its focus on character and experience, "Stumbling Out the Stable" is a through exploration of modern adulthood. Stumbling out the Stable is the bildungsroman of the new generation. Sean Pravica touches on the confusion plaguing... Read More

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Trajectory

by Amy O'Loughlin

A traumatized veteran feels duped by his nation in this ambitious novel with something relevant to say. In Billy Whitehead’s "Trajectory", Iraq War veteran Brad Soames returns home suffering the loss of friends killed in the line of... Read More

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Gluten-Free, Hassle Free

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

Those new to a gluten-free diet will find this smart cookbook informative and helpful. For those recently diagnosed with celiac disease or gluten sensitivity, Marlisa Brown offers a smart, comprehensive, easy-to-follow guide and cookbook... Read More

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