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Reviews of Books with 618 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 618 pages.

Book Review

A Time to Act

by Barbara Nickles

This is an intriguing attempt to explore Paul’s many distinct personality traits, as a man at turns masterful, vengeful, proud, hateful, and brilliant. In S. J. Knight’s "A Time to Act", the life of the apostle Paul is chronicled... Read More

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In Siege of Daylight

by Mark McLaughlin

It is no mean feat to craft a fantasy world that is different, familiar, interesting, and fresh. Gregory S. Close has done that and more with In Siege of Daylight: Book One in the Compendium of Light, Dark & Shadow, a weighty and... Read More

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Burden of the Desert

by Mark McLaughlin

“There are saints in Baghdad, but none of them are journalists,” Jack Wolfe quips to his fellow reporters while on assignment in Iraq in 2003. That sentence by a key character, along with the admonition from one Iraqi to another to... Read More

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Tiger's Quest

Young women yearn for romance, for prince charming, and sometimes for more than one suitor. Those fantasies are reality for Kelsey Hayes, an eighteen-year-old American college student, who in an earlier book in Colleen Houck’s Tiger... Read More

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Enemy of the Average

by Rich Wertz

If in a fit of silliness Ayn Rand had written a Harlequin romance, the result might have been something like what Margaret Nicol has come up with in Enemy of the Average. There’s much to complain about’silly title, stilted dialogue... Read More