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Reviews of Books with 299 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 299 pages.

Book Review

Perfect iSland

by Eileen Gonzalez

"Perfect iSland" is an experimental novel about the effects of political turmoil and personal tragedy on two ordinary Singaporeans. A couple struggles to stay together as a dictatorship threatens their country in Sanjay Perera’s novel... Read More

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The Throwaways

by Laura Leavitt

Suspenseful and thrilling, "The Throwaways" is a murder mystery with plenty of surprises. In L. S. Hawker’s fast mystery "The Throwaways", a character who’s in the wrong place at the wrong time faces new challenges. George Engle... Read More

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Dissecting the Bible

by Kristine Morris

Miraculous events form the foundation of Christian faith and teaching, and both the Old and New Testaments of the Bible abound with miracles: the parting of the Red Sea, the ten plagues, and creation itself in the Old Testament, and the... Read More

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One Man's Journey

by Jeff Friend

A search for deeper spiritual meaning can take many forms. Formal scholastic pursuits, an informal group study of scripture, or a monastic retreat are just a few options. Robert Hart, who converted to Catholicism after a life-changing... Read More

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Green Gospel

by Leia Menlove

History tells us that humans, as a race, need few excuses for committing violence: they can hate, injure, and kill on the basis of whim alone. Then there are those who are compelled to enforce or defend a cause—and therefore place... Read More

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I Came Out For This?

by Kristine Morris

Lisa Gitlin’s story of first love has all the passion, drama, and roller-coaster ups and downs that most writings on the topic have, but with a difference—Gitlin’s heroine, Joanna Kane, is a Jewish lesbian writer who in her own... Read More

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A Full-Grown Man

Ben Bennefield, seventeen-and-a-half, and visual artist Anna Mancini, “almost twenty-five,” are the star-crossed lovers of this romance, Bill Hunt’s second novel. Their older woman—younger man relationship causes a lifetime of... Read More

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Power Play

“[The Constitutional] framers decided that the power of war be shared between the legislature and the executive. President Bush upset this balance with his assertions of unilateral authority,” the author claims in this thorough... Read More