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Reviews of Books with 608 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 608 pages.

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King of the World

by Kristine Morris

France’s Louis XIV, known as “The Sun King,” has long been an enigma. On the one hand, he was visionary, practical, and probably the greatest patron of the arts the world has ever known. On the other, he was ruthless, vain,... Read More

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Radio Active

by Joe Taylor

"Radio Active" is a glorious hodgepodge of snippets from the O’Shaughnessy files. Esteemed New York radio personality William O’Shaughnessy’s "Radio Active" is his fifth collection of interviews, tributes, endorsements, monologues,... Read More

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The Comets of God

by Julia Ann Charpentier

Past events in the bible often have a verifiable historical or archeological basis. Though Christian fundamentalists may recoil from scientific exploration of what they believe to be unfathomable, sacred words, some experts have... Read More

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by Peter Skinner

In the best Hippocratic tradition, the author loves both his art and his fellow men—intensely enough to publish this superbly produced, lavishly illustrated volume on medicine and its presentation in history and art. “Perspectives”... Read More

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Siegfried Sassoon

by John Arens

“We groped and stumbled along a deep ditch to the place appointed for us in that zone of human havoc. The World War had got our insignificant little unit in its mouth; we were there to be munched, maimed or liberated.” With this... Read More