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Reviews of Books with 496 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 496 pages.

Book Review

Birds and Us

by Matt Benzing

"Birds and Us" is a fascinating look at the relationship between human beings and our avian relatives throughout history, written by ornithologist Tim Birkhead. The text follows the arc of the bird’s flight through human art and... Read More

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Formidable

by Eileen Gonzalez

In "Formidable", Elisabeth Griffith relates how American women have approached political activism in the last century. The Nineteenth Amendment is the book’s starting point: it granted certain American women the right to vote in 1920.... Read More

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Defy the Night

by Danielle Ballantyne

The first volume of a new fantasy series from bestselling author Brigid Kemmerer, "Defy the Night" pivots around two young adults who are determined to regain control of their destinies. Kandala was already embroiled in infighting... Read More

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American Schism

by Jeremiah Rood

Strong historical arguments help to put present struggles into proper focus in "American Schism". Seth David Radwell’s powerful book "American Schism" concerns the historical underpinnings of a splintered American society. Radwell... Read More

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The Just

by Erika Harlitz Kern

Jan Brokken’s history text "The Just" documents a rescue operation to save Jews from the Holocaust in Nazi-occupied Lithuania. When Jan Zwartendijk became the branch manager of the Dutch company Philips in Lithuania, he had no idea... Read More

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Nobody I Know

by Jeremiah Rood

Raising good questions about the state of contemporary society, "Nobody I Know" is a compelling religious psychological thriller. John J. Gaynard’s heady thriller "Nobody I Know" mines ideas about terrorism and the intellect to... Read More

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Merlin at War

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

A historical thriller and clever mystery, "Merlin at War" is a compelling tale of crime fiction, as perceptive, instinctive, and engaging as DCI Merlin himself. The summer of 1941 heralds an uncertain calm following the devastation of... Read More

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