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Reviews of Books with 504 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 504 pages.

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Decision Affirmed

by Benjamin Welton

"Decision Affirmed" is a draining but rewarding history of World War II in the Pacific. Clarence Vold’s "Decision Affirmed" concerns one of the most controversial decisions in modern history: that to drop two atomic bombs on Japan in... Read More

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Cook's Science

by Rachel Jagareski

In its authoritative Cook’s Illustrated and Cook’s Country magazines and successful public television cooking shows, America’s Test Kitchen has long been the go-to source for explaining the science underlying the preparation of the... Read More

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Zarathustra

by Michelle Anne Schingler

This fascinating, passionate work is notable for its meticulous, intelligent approach to world history. A thrilling and expansive new work from Abolghassem Khamneipur seeks not only to explore an underappreciated religious tradition,... Read More

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Thomas Clayton

by Wayne Cunningham

Randy Harvey’s first novel, "Thomas Clayton", is an artfully crafted coming-of-age tale and a riveting read containing all the elements of a suspenseful first-class thriller. Adversity strikes early and often in Thomas Clayton “T.... Read More

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Roll the Dice

by Andi Diehn

It’s not easy for a rock music idol to be taken seriously as a candidate for the United States Senate, especially when he runs as an Independent, challenging the domination of the Republican and Democratic parties. But that’s exactly... Read More

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