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Reviews of Books with 542 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 542 pages.

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The Bread Maker

by Amanda Adams

This novel is a stirring reminder of the basic human instinct to persevere through even the toughest times. "The Bread Maker" by Moira Leigh MacLeod is a lush and complex narrative that communicates the beauty of a life filled with... Read More

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by Meagan Logsdon

This complex fantasy has its own unique mythos and style. Tracey R. Newman’s "Illusion" is a wild ride through various mythologies and ancient histories, centered on cosmic drama and reincarnation. Nickolaus Piper, a famed University... Read More

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The Battle for Darracia

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Featuring a number of strong female leaders, this thrilling sci-fi epic paints a vivid and vital picture of a fascinating planet on the verge of social revolution. The planet Darracia is on the verge of a social revolution, antiquated... Read More

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Dukkha Reverb

by Sheila M. Trask

Martial artists study contrasts: deep calm gives way to heated battle in the blink of an eye. Loren W. Christensen, himself a black belt several times over, cleverly captures this balancing act in "Dukkha Reverb", the second novel in his... Read More

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Jacko, His Rise and Fall

by Elizabeth Millard

Although Michael Jackson has stayed out the public eye for the past few months, his tale is well known to legions of celebrity gossip mongers: a talented young kid who got off track, destroyed his face through too much plastic surgery,... Read More

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Triumph Forsaken

“The worst mistake we ever made was getting rid of Diem,” lamented President Lyndon Johnson in 1965, a year and a half after the South Vietnamese President was murdered in a coup backed by the United States. Diem, as presented in... Read More