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Reviews of Books with 395 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 395 pages.

Book Review

My Darling Dorothy

by Kristine Morris

Virden captures the ethos of the time perfectly, contrasting the rigidity of conservative social norms with spirited rebellion on the part of the children. The bundle of old letters, carefully tied with a blue ribbon, that Jo Virden... Read More

Book Review

One Shoe

by Jason Henninger

Hippies, criminals, con men, and cult leaders all want a piece of what Harry has discovered in Northern California gold country. Take a little northern California history, add a touch of Christopher Moore and a large dash of Elmore... Read More

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Falling for the Devil

by Diane Gardner

"Falling for the Devil", by Britt Holmström, explores the dark era of early seventeenth-century Scotland. Readers are taken along on one woman’s internal journey as she struggles with religious faith and doubt. The book raises complex... Read More

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The Great Pyramid Secret

by Julia Ann Charpentier

Regardless of the countless scholars worldwide who have proposed theories on how the ancient Egyptian pyramids were constructed, doubt remains the overriding force in this fascinating field of archaeological architecture. Though experts... Read More

Book Review

Family of God

The Trinity—the idea that God somehow is triune while at the same time being one—remains one of the most perplexing doctrines of Christianity. Numerous theologians have spent their lives lost in the labyrinthine intricacies of the... Read More

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Satan's Scat

by Liam Brennan

In this second installment of Shawna Ryan’s Destiny’s Damned series, our heroes, Alicia, Patrick, Kevin, and Alex, work to uncover the truth about the New Testament—namely, that it’s a fictional work created by a Pagan in order... Read More

Book Review

To Hell With Honor

“Custer’s Last Stand” is perhaps the most famous United States military defeat on American soil. The famed “Boy General” of the Civil War met his match on the banks of the Little Big Horn River in the untamed American West on... Read More