Four children borrowed a specific book from the library. Each book has a unique subject and number of pages. Find out in which month each child got the book and its number of pages.

- 1. If Janet got a history book, then the fantasy has 350 pages.
- 2. The thriller is 50 pages larger than the book borrowed in May, but 50 pages shorter than Anthony's choice.
- 3. A girl borrowed a book in May, the other girl got a history book. Janet didn't get the shortest book.
- 4. Exactly one of the customers shares the initial in the name and in the month he/she got a book.
- 5. The fantasy book is 50 pages larger than Mark's book.
- 6. Neither a fantasy book nor a romance one were borrowed in June.
- 7. The largest book and the romance one have been borrowed in consecutive months.
- 8. If Mark borrowed a book in April, then the fantasy book is 400 pages long.

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