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Reviews of Books with 570 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 570 pages.

Book Review

St. Joseph's College

by Anna Call

This exhaustive, occasionally playful account chronicles one religious college’s struggle to make a name for itself in a more established and secular academic setting. St. Joseph’s College by Kenneth Munro, an intricate historical... Read More

Book Review

Roan

by Jill Allen

Barr excels at world-building, using existing Native American and Celtic lore to create a rich mythic heritage all his own. Roan: The Tales of Conor Archer: Volume 1, by E. R. Barr, skillfully interweaves Celtic mythology,... Read More

Book Review

Pushed

by Lynn Evarts

There is a gritty feel of reality to this tale of a meth cook trying to go straight. Timmie Tom leaves prison with fifty dollars and a desire to never return. Unfortunately, circumstances quickly wear down his resolve. Author C S Ware... Read More

Book Review

Promises to Confess To

by Kristine Morris

In Promises to Confess To: An Encouraging Word, Elder Harvey Marshall, who identifies himself as a born-again Christian, writes that he knew that God was calling him to service from the time he was a small child. In 2009, while serving... Read More

Book Review

Jeno, The Power of the Peddler

Pointer from the Peddler: When all is said and done my history has been that I create something I peddle it one way or another and then I start all over again. That’s the fun in my game of life. Try it; you’ll like it. Boiled down to... Read More