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Reviews of Books with 452 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 452 pages.

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52 Weeks

by Edith Wairimu

"52 Weeks" is an instructional devotional that reflects on a variety of biblical themes. Oscar C. Johnson’s ranging devotional "52 Weeks" uses scriptural passages and edifying teachings to explicate Christian beliefs. Organized into... Read More

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Emergency Chronicles

by Joe Taylor

Gyan Prakash’s "Emergency Chronicles" fills the gaps and dispels the myths concerning a two-year period in the mid-1970s when Indira Gandhi declared emergency powers and unleashed state terror on India. During India’s... Read More

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Lost Prophecy

by Susan Waggoner

Lost Prophecy: Realm of Secrets is an exciting fantasy with depth beyond its entertainment value. In C. C. Rae’s enjoyable and complex young adult fantasy, Lost Prophecy: Realm of Secrets, three friends battle against incredible odds.... Read More

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The Moreva of Astoreth

by Susan Waggoner

Detailed world-building and a dynamic heroine make this fantasy novel stand out. Roxanne Bland’s "The Moreva of Astoreth" adds elements of alien worlds, living gods, adventure, and a heroine with depth to deliver a thoroughly... Read More

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The Naive Guys

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Authenticity and romanticism highlight this endearing coming-of-age novel set in the nineties. The debut novel from MBA Harry Patz Jr., "The Naive Guys", is a postcollegiate coming-of-age tale set amid the early nineties tech boom. It is... Read More

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Saving Jane Austen

by J. G. Stinson

For an author who only published six novels (the posthumous Sanditon is a partial novel not published until recently), Jane Austen’s Regency-era fiction has immense staying power. Not only have her books spawned innumerable fan-fiction... Read More

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