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Reviews of Books with 417 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 417 pages.

Book Review

Blossom as the Cliffrose

by Melissa Wuske

The poems and prose pieces of "Blossom as the Cliffrose" celebrate the beauty and nature of the Mormon faith. The cliffrose is a beautiful but perhaps unlikely plant that blooms in the rugged Western deserts, where Mormons were forced to... Read More

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Coma Dreams

by Joseph S. Pete

"Coma Dreams" is a pulse-pounding thriller that unflinchingly depicts the human propensity for self-destruction. N. Lawrence Mann’s "Coma Dreams" is a sui generis blend of psychological thriller with science fiction, exploring heavy... Read More

Book Review

The Guru Question

by Bobbye Middendorf

Dr. Mariana Caplan, psychotherapist and author of seven books, including Halfway Up the Mountain and award-winning Eyes Wide Open, shares her lifetime spiritual journey in search of a teacher. “The spiritual path is neverending,”... Read More

Book Review

Morning in America

by Karl Helicher

Few presidents are as revered, as disliked, or as influential as Ronald Reagan, and not many books offer such an unvarnished appraisal as this one of the fortieth president. The author is professor of history at McGill University and the... Read More

Book Review

The Vengeance Trap

“She had an unfinished commitment to keep, like a soldier who must leave his loved ones, pick up his rifle, and return to the battlefield where his buddies died,” Hansen writes. Kathleen O’Toole of Sinn Féin and the Irish... Read More