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Reviews of Books with 456 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 456 pages.

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Crossing the Boundary

by Kristine Morris

During the 1960s, many Jews began immersing themselves in Buddhism, Shamanism, Sufism, Hinduism, yoga, Christianity, Taoism, witchcraft, among other traditions.. In "Crossing the Boundary", author and licensed psychotherapist Alan Levin... Read More

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Shadows of Revolution

by Lee Polevoi

The contradiction of Americans’ simultaneous love and hatred of France is placed in proper historical context. With "Shadows of Revolution", historian and journalist David A. Bell shares a boundless enthusiasm for all things French,... Read More

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George Washington Carver

by Matt Sutherland

The extraordinary life of this brilliant botanist attains its only-in-America moniker not only because George Washington Carver was born into slavery and subject to the vile-level racism of the Jim Crow era, but because of his Andy... Read More

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Breath to Breath

by Stephanie Bucklin

17-year-old William lives in a world full of secrets, secrets that follow him even when he moves cross-country to live with the father he barely knows. When William meets an abused four-year-old boy, he learns of the child’s... Read More

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Licensed to Lie

by John Senger

Powell has done the law and every citizen a great favor by calling out an unholy practice of government attorneys. Licensed to Lie: Exposing Corruption in the Department of Justice, by defense attorney Sidney Powell, is a lurid tale of... Read More

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Echo of the Boom

by Sonya Lovy

It’s the end of the world as we know it, but how do young people feel about it? Maxwell Neely-Cohen tells us in a character-driven tale of the apocalypse. "Echo of the Boom", by Maxwell Neely-Cohen, focuses on a generation of young... Read More

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