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Reviews of Books with 472 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 472 pages.

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The Mountain Goddess

by Joseph S. Pete

"The Mountain Goddess" is an engaging, vivid work of impressive scope, with elements from fantasy, Buddhism, and Indian culture. Shelley Schanfield’s "The Mountain Goddess" presents a fantasy version of ancient India that chronicles a... Read More

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Churchill, Roosevelt & Company

by Lee Polevoi

A veritable embarrassment of riches for history buffs, this work traces the path to the end of WWII. The work of a handful of men had a decisive impact on the outcome of WWII. Lewis E. Lehrman’s Churchill, Roosevelt & Company is a... Read More

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Scapegoat

by Katerie Prior

This examination of a near plane crash shows that while people may fall, true heroes always work to rise again. Emilio Corsetti III explores how quickly real-life heroes can be recast as villains, in "Scapegoat", which follows a pilot... Read More

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Rowdy

by Matt Sutherland

Christopher Madsen’s sixteen-year odyssey began with the $5000 purchase of a fifty-nine-foot wooden yacht that barely floated and looked a complete wreck. But he knew the "Rowdy" was yachting royalty: built in 1916 for the New York... Read More

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Who Gathers the Breeze

by Michelle Anne Schingler

The story of two women separated by centuries joins with themes of spiritual searching, conquering independence, and finding real love. David Vigoda delivers a gorgeous and expansive new novel that bridges medieval and contemporary eras.... Read More

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Quicksand

by Jessica S. Council

The detailed setting of this historical romance creates the atmosphere of a Victorian novel. Quicksand: A Family Foundation, by Victoria Thomas, is a story of love, marriage, and family in mid-to-late 1800s France. With close... Read More

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Going To Cameroon

by Eric Anderson

This fresh take on the murder mystery puts the reader in the shoes of a lying, deceptive killer. If he’s charming and well-read, can a murderer be in the right? In "Going To Cameroon", Izzaldin Alzain pulls us through a story that,... Read More

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To Tread on New Ground

by Jeff Fleischer

Themes developed across stories and apparent in letters and essays comprehensively illumine the philosophy of Jewish feminist writer Hava Shapiro. Writing primarily in Hebrew around the turn of the last century, Hava Shapiro was among... Read More

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