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Reviews of Books with 440 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 440 pages.

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The Bird King

by Claire Foster

Wars may begin on the battlefield, but they end on a map. "The Bird King" is an exquisite fantasy about the end of Muslim sovereignty in the West, the power of desire to disrupt and transform, and how the privilege of naming can reshape... Read More

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30th Century

by Erika Harlitz Kern

Science fiction and erotica both make their way into this complicated novel. Mark Kingston Levin’s novel 30th Century: Revived combines elements of science fiction, erotica, and a political thriller into a novel that sometimes seems... Read More

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From Bird Mountain

by Susan Waggoner

"From Bird Mountain" is a fresh tale of the Viking world. Lyle Fugleberg’s historical novel "From Bird Mountain" is set in the Viking age and tells a familiar tale from a different, more realistic, point of view. Brothers Gyrth and... Read More

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The New Communism

by Melissa Wuske

"The New Communism" meticulously outlines the revolutionary changes that America needs. The New Communism: The Science, the Strategy, the Leadership for an Actual Revolution, and a Radically New Society on the Road to Real Emancipation... Read More

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A Giant Squid in Nylon

by Robin Farrell Edmunds

"A Giant Squid in Nylon" is an unusual story full of diverse characters, with murder and mayhem on the side. Several individual stories overlap and eventually connect in "A Giant Squid in Nylon" by Siafu, a sprawling, raucous work... Read More

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