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Reviews of Books with 299 Pages

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

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Unyielding Destiny

by Katerie Prior

"Unyielding Destiny" is a fascinating novel in which a mobster’s story intersects with that of a district attorney’s, resulting in questions about the nature of honor. In Spiros Gratsias’s novel "Unyielding Destiny", a criminal and... Read More

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Born in Salt

by Eileen Gonzalez

In the alternate history world of "Born in Salt", the depiction of the banality of evil is as fitting as it is chilling. A young man takes on a corrupt and vicious government in T. C. Weber’s novel "Born in Salt". The book is set in a... Read More

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by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

Maz’hura is an action-packed science fiction adventure in which a compromised captain is the only one to see the truth. A space captain must contend with inner turmoil and enemy forces in Paul L. Centeno’s high-octane science fiction... Read More

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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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