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Reviews of Books with 488 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 488 pages.

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The Albatross

by John M. Murray

Providing fertile ground for a new series, The Albatross: Contact is an action-packed and contemplative science fiction epic. Connor Mackay’s space epic The Albatross: Contact examines the mental cost of war as humans and aliens unite... Read More

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Dead Girls

by Claire Foster

Abigail Tarttelin’s "Dead Girls" is an ultra creepy, occult-tinged horror story. Focused on a missing girl, it shows that the wild places of childhood are not all magical and good. Billie—who likes Slater from Saved by the Bell,... Read More

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Ambassador to Earth

by Joseph Thompson

With first contact, humanity finally understands it’s not the center of the universe. When Ech, an alien diplomat, lands without warning in Orlando, Florida, Earth’s governments and shadow governments find themselves forced to... Read More

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Modern Azerbaijanian Prose

by Nancy Walker

“What is really best in any book is translatable—any real insight or broad human sentiment,” said Ralph Waldo Emerson, nineteenth-century American writer. Readers seeking such insights will find "Modern Azerbaijanian Prose",... Read More

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Northern Hospitality

by John Michael Senger

Those who thought New England cuisine consisted of lobster rolls and baked beans will find Northern Hospitality: Cooking by the Book in New England as unexpected and refreshing as a warm breeze off the North Atlantic. Keith Stavely and... Read More

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Space Bull

by Catherine Thureson

Science fiction and humor can be a marvelous combination. It is a genre limited only by the scope of the universe and the wit and creativity of the authors. In "Space Bull", author Gary Kaupie proves that both his wit and creativity are... Read More

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