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Reviews of Books with 560 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 560 pages.

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The Contest

by Kristine Morris

In a very real sense, the presidential election of 1968 was a battle for America’s soul. Taking place against the backdrop of a protracted and unpopular war overseas and assassinations, student protests, race riots, and cities in... Read More

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Defiance

by Robin Farrell Edmunds

"Defiance" is a detailed and enjoyable tale of Dutch survival during World War II. During World War II, a close-knit group of Dutch university students find their lives disrupted by the German occupation in Titia Bozuwa’s detailed and... Read More

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The Shadow Within

by Hannah Williams

"The Shadow Within" works toward issues of diversity and mental illness through its story of one woman seeking emotional awareness and strength. Lynette Tait’s novel "The Shadow Within" is an inviting story of self-exploration through... Read More

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The Collected Letters of Alan Watts

by Joe Taylor

The Collected Letters adds a new portal to the identity of the man most responsible for introducing Zen Buddhism to the West. Edited by his daughters, Joan and Anne Watts, these assembled letters of Alan Watts—the British-born writer,... Read More

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The Immortal Crown

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

A legend, a prophecy, and the coming of age of the champions of light and darkness begin the epic Saga of Kings, a new series from Kieth Merrill. Book one, "The Immortal Crown", is an addicting fall into the precarious times of the age... Read More

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Shards of Ephemera

by Melissa Wuske

Edmund Robert Kowkabany describes "Shards of Ephemera" as a “lurid tale of greed and lust.” The author begins his novel with a nostalgic, exaggeratedly whimsical tone, but the writing soon becomes satirical as Kowkabany launches into... Read More

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The Guardian Corps

by Mark McLaughlin

It is impossible to read Daryl Edwards’s "The Guardian Corps" without visions of the most recent Star Wars trilogy. His Guardians are a mix of Templar crusaders, Green Beret commandos, and, especially, Jedi knights. While they may not... Read More

Book Review

Get Into College

“College Admissions officers just want to know that you weren’t sitting around all summer with Cheez Doodle crumbs all over your shirt.” This is just one of the hundreds of quotes from college staff, students and their parents that... Read More

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