Foreword Reviews

  1. Book Reviews
  2. Books with 502 Pages

Reviews of Books with 502 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 502 pages.

Book Review

To Live Again

by Katerie Prior

The shadowy historical novel "To Live Again" follows a young woman whose spirit survives dark times, enabling her to seek the light. In Cam O’Keefe’s historical novel To Live Again, an orphaned teenager struggles to find love and a... Read More

Book Review

Jayne Mansfield

by Eileen Gonzalez

Eve Golden’s biography of Jayne Mansfield covers the life, death, and legacy of the oft-dismissed actress. Throughout her career and ever since her premature death, Mansfield has been treated as a punchline, more than a performer. But... Read More

Book Review

Killing the Rougarou

by Anita Lock

Relatable families face serious traumas in this novel that mixes elements of a thriller with those of a romance, and tops these off with everyday events. The rape of a little girl morphs into a hunt for her abuser in Shawn M. Beasley’s... Read More

Book Review


“With this assignment, you will learn gradually that every life is significant, that each being has a peculiar story to impart, no matter who he or she was,” Professor Norwich tells his students in "Lifestone". In Gary Kaschak’s... Read More

Book Review

The Dimensions of Experience

Throughout the history of mankind, mystics and seers have claimed the existence of a universal power or consciousness that unites us all. Albert Einstein tried unsuccessfully, in the last years of his life, to prove a unified field... Read More

Book Review

The Jahangirnama

by Peter Skinner

The Mughal dynasty that ruled in India from 1526 to 1707 is surely unique in its members? intelligence, curiosity, artistic sensibilities and literary interests. Fortunately, the emperors recorded their achievements and public and... Read More