Foreword Reviews

  1. Book Reviews
  2. Books with 552 Pages

Reviews of Books with 552 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 552 pages.

Book Review

Through the Abyss

by Eileen Gonzalez

The first novel in a science fiction series, "Through the Abyss" follows a complicated quest to protect human beings from forces that would destroy them. Earth is the epicenter for an alien battle in Sidney Son’s science fiction novel... Read More

Book Review

The Nothing Within

by Erika Harlitz Kern

In every way, this eye-opening post-apocalyptic tale is a true page-turner. Andy Giesler’s "The Nothing Within" is a fresh and ingenious take on the post-apocalyptic novel. In North America in the twenty-second century, an apocalyptic... Read More

Book Review

The Trumpets of Jericho

by Philip J. Kowalski

This is a significant book that resurrects a painful past and makes pertinent a little-known but crucial act of rebellion at Auschwitz. "The Trumpets of Jericho" by J. Michael Dolan is a complex historical novel that examines the revolt... Read More

Book Review

One Lucky Fool

by James Burt

This page-turner delves into the psyche of its main character, offering both humor and insight into Southern life. When a disturbed former veteran, William “Rooster” Brown, accidentally foils a robbery in 1950s Texas, his life takes... Read More

Book Review

Maximilian and Carlota

by Matt Sutherland

In 1861, knowing full well we Americans had our hands full fighting ourselves, the clever French made an all-out bid to annihilate the regime of Benito Juárez and claim Mexico, gaining a prized place in North America. With the 150th... Read More

Book Review

The Great Game, 1856-1907

by Peter Skinner

Extensively researched and enriched text details British imperialism in India. “The Great Game” of this book’s title was the half century of political maneuvering and machinations in the Hindu Kush and in India’s Northwest... Read More

Book Review


The Russian Revolution collides with Lt. J.G. Stephen Morrison’s quest to find his place in the world in this military history novel by Lee Mandel. Stephen, who started life as Lev Kambotchnik, son of a Russian rabbi, embodies the... Read More