This quiet, everyman approach to mountaineering is accessible and filled with grand scenes. A meticulous, posthumous memoir from Keith A. Brueckner charts half a century of exploring mountains in North America and Europe. Through journal... Read More
Reviews of Books with 596 Pages
Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 596 pages.
Eli’s Children provides an interesting look at a privileged world that, though coveted, also has its dangers. Gerard G. Nahum’s Eli’s Children is a quiet novel about one young man’s coming-of-age journey, related through the lens... Read More
This is a book that deals honestly with the sharp edges of guilt, remorse, and aftershock common to survivors of traumatic events. The vast tragedy of the Holocaust is brought to heartbreaking life in Jeff Ingber’s reality-inspired... Read More
Stellar organization and clear writing bolster this ultimate guide to all things digital. Paul Lance’s "Just Tell Me How It Works" could easily be the new bible for the technologically challenged. This hefty volume, which Lance calls... Read More
Walters’s poignant novel puts a human face on “honor killings” while tapping into the universal quandaries surrounding faith, hope, guilt, and familial love. The moral consequences of religiously motivated killings are but one... Read More