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Reviews of Books with 442 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 442 pages.

Book Review

Waipi'o Valley

by Patricia Kutza

Waipi’o Valley is a long work of Hawaiian history that entices readers toward the islands. With their breathtaking beauty and fascinating cultural history, the Hawaiian islands capture the imaginations of tourists and residents... Read More

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What We All Have

by Sara Budzik

"What We All Have" explores and dissects how humans relate to illness and death, touching on themes of connectedness and reaching outside one’s self to find fulfillment. Ray Dacolias’s "What We All Have" is an intimate novel that... Read More

Book Review

The Sidhe

by Vernieda Vergara

The book’s dreamlike tone is a pleasant change from the grim and dark novels that characterize the modern fantasy genre. In "The Sidhe", author Charlotte Ashe portrays a world where the magical sidhe of the faerie world are enslaved by... Read More

Book Review

Blur

by Lynn Evarts

A young, female CIA agent is this international thriller’s greatest strength. "Blur", by Vijay S. Shertukde, is an international spy novel set in the Middle East, India, and the United States. It pulls in aspects of technology and... Read More

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The Prophecy of Zephyrus

Shrouded in mystery, Ghostrise Valley becomes a gateway to another world for Oberon “Obie” Griffin, a sullen seventeen-year-old with more than one chip on his shoulder and a marked lack of confidence. His journey leads him on an epic... Read More

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The Atlanteans

by Kathleen Youmans

Atlantis has been the stuff of legend for decades. Imagine an entire continent an entire civilization that sunk into the sea in a cataclysmic disaster thousands of years ago. Historically unverifiable this mythical land raises... Read More