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Reviews of Books with 520 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 520 pages.

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The Storytellers

by Mari Carlson

Featuring an unrelenting search for more knowledge, regardless of the cost, "The Storytellers" is a vibrant, ghostly historical novel. In 1877, a year after the Battle of Little Bighorn, a team of soldiers and assistants returned to the... Read More

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The Favourite

by Meg Nola

In "The Favourite", S. V. Berlin’s quietly compelling debut novel, estranged siblings reunite following the death of their mother, troubled by old resentments and misunderstandings at a time of both raw and numbing grief. Edward and... Read More

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Glory Hole

by Amanda Adams

This exploratory powerhouse mixes perversion and purity in perfect symmetry. Mystically prescient, "Glory Hole", by Stephen Beachy, is a dark, witty romp through the recesses of creative, troubled minds. Set in 2006 San Francisco, the... Read More

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A Literary Education

by Peter Dabbene

Epstein’s erudite and tough yet fair criticism delivers analytical wisdom. Joseph Epstein’s essay “A Literary Education: On Being Well-Versed in Literature” drew more than the typical share of attention when it was first... Read More

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The Amish

by Jeff Friend

Masterfully researched book offers enlightening insight into the often misunderstood religion and culture of the Amish. If people have any knowledge at all about the Amish, it is pretty much limited to a few basic images: a horse and... Read More

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by Cheryl M. Hibbard

Journey (If Where You’re Going Isn’t Home) is the first book of Max Zimmer’s coming of age trilogy and serves as a solid foundation for what promises to be a superlative series of novels. Zimmer is an exceptionally talented writer... Read More

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Mark Twain and the Colonel

by Karl Helicher

No two men captured the zeitgeist of Gilded Age America more than Mark Twain, the cultural icon, and Theodore Roosevelt, the political one, claims the author in this dual biography and narrative history of 1890-1910. Although this was... Read More

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