Foreword Reviews

  1. Book Reviews
  2. Books with 400 Pages

Reviews of Books with 400 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 400 pages.

Return to Most Recent

Book Review

House of Stone

by Mya Alexice

Novuyo Rosa Tshuma shapes the history of a family into a riveting, detailed novel. Following in the footsteps of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s Half of a Yellow Sun, Tshuma crafts a political, historical tale of both a country at war and... Read More

Book Review

Let the People See

by Mya Alexice

"Let the People See" is an engaging, comprehensive account of Emmett Till’s murder and its aftermath. In 1955, fourteen-year-old Emmett Till supposedly flirted with a white woman in Mississippi, and he paid the ultimate price for the... Read More

Book Review

The Book of Hidden Things

by Karen Rigby

A mystifying exploration of unbelief and faith, Francesco Dimitri’s "The Book of Hidden Things" dazzles with portraits of men at a crossroads. When a band of childhood friends—now in their thirties—gather for their annual meeting... Read More

Book Review

The Quantum Revelation

by Susan Waggoner

In "The Quantum Revelation", Paul Levy focuses on aspects of quantum theory to propose a merging of science and spiritual awareness. The likely response to any mention of quantum physics is a “count me out” roll of the eyes. It’s... Read More

Book Review

Engraved on the Heart

by Karen Rigby

In Tara Johnson’s "Engraved on the Heart", a young Southern woman’s sense of duty to her family bristles against a moral reckoning. Keziah Montgomery shines as an unlikely abolitionist whose star-crossed love kindles a dangerous,... Read More

Book Review

Halal Food

by Susan Waggoner

With more and more halal food joining the American menu, questions about it abound. Halal Food: A History by Febe Armanios and Boğaç Ergene offers timely, comprehensive, and thoroughly researched information on all things halal. The... Read More

Load More