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Reviews of Books with 438 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 438 pages.

Book Review

Freedom Dues

by Aimee Jodoin

Enlivened by captivating historical details, "Freedom Dues" is a riveting coming-of-age love story. Steeped in thorough research, Indra Zuno’s historical novel "Freedom Dues" concentrates on indentured servants in eighteenth-century... Read More

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The Broken Promise

by Renate Childs

"The Broken Promise" thoughtfully exemplifies the idea that freedom often comes at a price. Mabior P. Mach’s "The Broken Promise" is a sweeping and tragic tale that depicts the horrors of wartime, conflicts with tradition, and the... Read More

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Guerilla Bride

by Gary Presley

Anyone fascinated by nineteenth-century American history and the westward expansion will enjoy Guerilla Bride. J. J. Zerr’s "Guerilla Bride" is a historical adventure headed by a complicated young man; it is reminiscent of Huck Finn,... Read More

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A Diamond in the Rough

by Sarah Stewart

"A Diamond in the Rough" is a multilayered family epic that is as unpredictable as it is action-packed. Marilyn Land’s "A Diamond in the Rough" is an earnest novel about life’s biggest milestones; its ambitious narrative spans... Read More

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A Bonafide Detective

by Sarah Stewart

This satisfyingly different book contains tons of twists and a folkloric, young-adult-driven plot. Tim Twombly’s "A Bonafide Detective" is a fun, if head-spinning, escapist read. Dewey “Doc” Ruggles, who claims to be the... Read More

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