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Reviews of Books with 450 Pages

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Scary, Man

by Alan Couture

A story within a story; flawed, complex characters and taut, believable dialogue make this novel stand out. "Scary, Man" tells the story of a good man whose life is dogged by nasty rumors of sexual deviancy, even after he moves his... Read More

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Some Day

by Michelle Anne Schingler

This thrilling, fresh, and surprising novel ought to draw the eyes of the literati back to Israel. Filmmaker Shemi Zarhin’s emotionally expansive and beautiful debut centers on an outwardly average Israeli family, perched with resolve... Read More

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Blood of the Fey

by Jill Allen

Ellefson delights in her creations and possesses the raw talent to breathe new life into old legends. Debut author Alessa Ellefson successfully modernizes the King Arthur legend for teens with "Blood of the Fey", the first novel in her... Read More

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Endtime Reapers

“You shall know the truth, and the truth shall set you free….” This famous line from the Gospel of John greets readers at the onset of teacher Mary Ann Gillispie’s "Endtime Reapers". Luckily, the quote rings true as Gillispie’s... Read More

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To Serve the President

“How do you intend to get advice from people you surround yourself—how do you intend to set up your Oval Office so that people will come in and give you their advice,” posits President George Bush. The author provides the... Read More

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