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Reviews of Books with 428 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 428 pages.

Book Review

Sachiko

by Meg Nola

Set during World War II, Endō Shūsaku’s novel "Sachiko" shifts from the fated city of Nagasaki to the horrors of Auschwitz, developing versatile individual and intersecting perspectives with compassion. Christianity is not native to... Read More

Book Review

Venators

by Aimee Jodoin

In Devri Walls’s gritty young adult fantasy Venators: Promises Forged, three teens settle into a magical world and face life-or-death circumstances. Rune, her brother Ryker, and her friend Grey have entered the fae world of Eon through... Read More

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Forests in the Sahara

by Joseph S. Pete

Enemies become allies as the sands shift in a novel that’s big on situational relativism. Paul Stidolph’s "Forests in the Sahara" moves from an original premise into a compelling tale of intrigue and danger. London-based professor... Read More

Book Review

Touched

by Claire Rudy Foster

Love and death, permanently entwined. That’s the central image of Elisa S. Amore’s passionate paranormal romance Touched: The Caress of Fate. This Twilight-flavored fantasy explores the intersection between mortal lives and the... Read More

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A Spare Life

by Natasha Gilmore

With its masterful writing and epic scope, it is certain to find its own footing as an enduring work of world literature. Late in the novel "A Spare Life", by Lidija Dimkovska, a character asserts that “every pain is both local and... Read More

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