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Reviews of Books with 508 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 508 pages.

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Dead Serious and Lighthearted

by Aimee Jodoin

Moving through the civil rights movement, the shock waves of JFK’s assassination, and the drama of Watergate, these “memorable words” hold incredible significance. From Eisenhower’s “Peace may be the only climate possible for... Read More

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The Biography of Jesus Christ

by Claire Foster

This serious spiritual work maps out the story and message of Jesus in a catechistic and approachable way. Jeremiah O. Opusunju takes on the ambitious subject of Jesus, who inspires debates over the nature of God, the meaning of life,... Read More

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The Empress of Graniteport

by Diane Gardner

A story of prejudice that’s realistic, never preachy, this book is an intelligent tale of mystery, suspense, love, and revenge. Revenge, prejudice, and small-town politics become a lethal combination in "The Empress of Graniteport",... Read More

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Collegium Sorcerorum

by Alicia Sondhi

The second book in the Collegium Sorcerorum trilogy by Louis Sauvain, Thaddeus and the Master, will draw in fantasy readers with its sense of adventure and mounting mystery. As a rich backstory and hints of magical secrets begin to... Read More

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Inside the Ropes

by Ron Kaplan

Many writers dream of swapping lives, at least for a little while, with their subjects. This is especially true in the sports field, where writers are surrounded by men and women who are admired for their athletic prowess. George... Read More