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Reviews of Books with 302 Pages

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Time's Up!

by Matt Sutherland

George Washington and Thomas Jefferson owned slaves and slept around. Whether those not-so-small peccadilloes take away from their role in forming this country is a matter of debate. But the larger point is that no one escapes this life... Read More

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From Paul to Saul

by John M. Murray

"From Paul to Saul" is an engaging, faith-driven postapocalyptic novel. In Joel McNenny’s engrossing and thrilling dystopia "From Paul to Saul", a new generation faces an uncertain future, directed by questions of faith, morality, and... Read More

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Peril in the Old Country

by Claire Foster

Sloot Peril, a modest accountant who is “only as superstitious as required by law,” is an unlikely hero in the humorous fantasy "Peril in the Old Country". With a lyrical flair that evokes P. G. Wodehouse, Peril is funny and fun.... Read More

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