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Reviews of Books with 460 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 460 pages.

Book Review

Gerta

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Kateřina Tučková’s "Gerta" is a startling, significant historical novel set during and after the violent postwar expulsion of Germans from Czechoslovakia. At the end of WWII, Gerta—the daughter of a disrespected Czech mother whom... Read More

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Anarchy of the Mice

by John M. Murray

The pulp thriller "Anarchy of the Mice" is inflected with interesting social commentary. In Jeff Bond’s engrossing novel "Anarchy of the Mice", an unlikely trio stands against a hacker collective. In the near future, corruption spreads... Read More

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Blood Creek

by Edith Wairimu

This focused historical novel ably captures a tumultuous period of American history. Kimberly Collins’s impressive historical novel, "Blood Creek", retells events surrounding the West Virginia coal mine wars through the escapades of an... Read More

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Pivot Point

by John M. Murray

"Pivot Point" is an engaging near-future political thriller with a too plausible plot. In Clive Hallam’s thrilling "Pivot Point", a madman with a weapon of mass destruction is unleashed on a fragile area as global forces race to stop... Read More

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Rice Boy

by Peter Dabbene

Mythic, surreal, whimsical, colorful, and masterful, Evan Dahm’s webcomic classic "Rice Boy" has been conveniently collected in a print edition. "Rice Boy" follows the title character on a winding quest to satisfy an ancient prophecy,... Read More

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Right of Capture

by Vernieda Vergara

At its heart, "Right of Capture" explores the various ways that human weaknesses can be exploited. Genetic evolution, corporate interests, and politics collide in Isadora Deese’s "Right of Capture". Focusing on two remarkable siblings,... Read More

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The Leopard

by J. G. Stinson

Ancient and medieval history inform the setting and characters of this intelligently constructed world. K. V. Johansen’s "The Leopard" combines familiar fantasy elements in unique fashion to create an involving and deftly written novel... Read More

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