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Reviews of Books with 492 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 492 pages.

Book Review

Hula Girls

by Karen Rigby

"Hula Girls" is a gritty historical novel in which a woman becomes a widow and experiences gradual flourishing. In Eric B. Miller’s historical novel "Hula Girls", a guileless navy officer’s wife matures. Living in Hawaii from just... Read More

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Cari Moses

by Claire Foster

"Cari Moses" is an intricate, winding thriller in which the lives of a community of strangers reveal a primal desire. Judith Tyler Hills’s novel "Cari Moses" is an ensemble psychological thriller set in rural England. In the... Read More

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Tap-Dancing on Quicksand

by Claire Foster

This is the perfect novel for a leisurely afternoon spent exploring the private lives of the rich and glamorous. Mrs. Jessica Bothwell is more than a little disenchanted with her fairy-tale life. Although she has it all—a husband,... Read More

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The Darkest Side of Saturn

by Julia Ann Charpentier

Taylor delivers a worthwhile excursion for the sci-fi enthusiast looking for a different take on the stereotypical cataclysmic event. Tony Taylor has succeeded in making his unique mark on what might be classified as a science fiction... Read More

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Demystifying the Odyssey

by Mark McLaughlin

In this mesmerizing and extraordinarily researched book, part memoir, part literary thesis, the author traces Odysseus’s adventure both in an academic setting and on the open sea. Author Zlatko Mandzuka set out to “follow the trail... Read More

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Behind the Myths

by Mark McLaughlin

“This book is intended to be neither an insult nor a comfort to the faithful,” says John Pickard in his well-researched work examining the origins of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Rather, he calls "Behind the Myths" “an... Read More

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