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Reviews of Books with 600 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 600 pages.

Book Review

Falling Back to One

by Felicia Topp

"Falling Back to One" is an important and challenging story that slowly works its way into the heart. "Falling Back to One" by Randy Mason is the story of two similar characters whose paths cross and become entangled, leading them along... Read More

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Unsolved!

by Peter Dabbene

This code-cracking exploration will intrigue all those who appreciate the thrill of the chase. Craig Bauer proves an able and entertaining guide to the world of real-life ciphers, codes, and encryption in his fascinating book Unsolved!... Read More

Book Review

A Season for New Beginnings

by Kelly Fordon

This is a compelling story of a family in transition and a woman’s advocacy for victims of domestic abuse. In Susan Willis Updegraff’s compelling "A Season for New Beginnings", a tireless advocate who is the founder of a home for... Read More

Book Review

Life Embitters

by Kristine Morris

Josep Pla (1897-1981), one of the most influential and controversial Catalan authors of the twentieth century, has a sensibility he declared to have been “notoriously influenced” by his admiration for the Dutch genre painters. In... Read More

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Mash Up

by Lynn Evarts

Klingler is skilled at writing action scenes. He puts the reader directly in the line of fire, and he doesn’t let up. "Mash Up", the next book in Joe Klingler’s series featuring Qigiq, transplants the main character from Fairbanks,... Read More

Book Review

Yeshu

by Maria Siano

The life of Jesus takes on new meaning through the eyes of a contemporary child. In Yeshu: A Novel for the Open-Hearted, Charles David Kleymeyer draws on his experience as a culture and development sociologist and performing storyteller... Read More

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