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Reviews of Books with 420 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 420 pages.

Book Review

Rode

by Aimee Jodoin

"Rode" is a moving existential novel about personal identity and human connections. In J. Adams’s coming-of-age novel "Rode", a young man leaves the Southwest to explore his sexuality and to search for meaning. In the 1990s,... Read More

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Falcon Fire

by John M. Murray

"Falcon Fire" is engrossing science fiction in which Venus’s class war comes to a head, showing that the dangers of misinformation span the whole of the solar system. In Erik A. Otto’s science fiction novel "Falcon Fire", a class war... Read More

Book Review

Simplicity

by John M. Murray

In the fantasy novel "Simplicity", a city tears itself apart as superheroes try to follow their moral codes. In Lucas Lamoreaux’s gritty superhero novel, "Simplicity", evil forces beset humanity, and flawed people with powers are the... Read More

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Tables Turned

by Eileen Gonzalez

"Tables Turned" is a historical novel that raises many interesting “what if” questions regarding the fate of the Confederacy and the United States after the Civil War. In Gerald W. Shaw’s historical novel "Tables Turned", a... Read More

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Ten Directions

by John M. Murray

Both bold and surprisingly light, "Ten Directions" is a thoughtful exploration of what it means to be human. Blending science fiction, philosophy, religion, science, and morality, Samuel Winburn’s engaging "Ten Directions" offers Earth... Read More

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