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Reviews of Books with 405 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 405 pages.

Book Review

The Loathly Lady

by Leia Menlove

This sword-and-sorcery fantasy contains a few spicy differences from the usual fare. John Lawson’s "The Loathly Lady" inhabits that familiar terrain of the sword-and-sorcery fantasy. True to its hallowed tradition, this world is rife... Read More

Book Review

Prelude to a Blast

by Margaret Fedder

"Prelude to a Blast", by Jazz Jones, tells the story of Sonny Russo, a mob tough guy with a sensitive side. As someone holds a gun to his head, Sonny’s tumultuous past unfolds for the readers. As the back cover states, Sonny is going... Read More

Book Review

The Queen's Companion

by Brandon M. Stickney

It’s the mid-1550s in beautiful Montalcino and Queen Catherine must take a husband, or risk losing her small “Italian” kingdom to Bishop Thomas Capshaw and the bloody paranoia of the European Inquisition. While it’s known to many... Read More

Book Review

Darwin, Then & Now

Everybody recognizes the Jesus Fish on the back of a car; a legged version with “Darwin” on the fish’s belly instead of “Jesus” is also available. Continuing the clash between creationists and evolutionists is an even larger... Read More

Book Review

Aubrey Beardsley

by John Arens

In the canon of twentieth century art, the name of Aubrey Beardsley does not loom large, if at all, given his death in 1898. On this, the one-hundredth anniversary of the young Englishman’s too-early demise, there is something of a... Read More