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Reviews of Books with 624 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 624 pages.

Book Review

The Best of World SF

by Claire Foster

Although science fiction imagines diverse, imaginative, and frightening futures, genre anthologies rarely achieve the brilliant range and diversity of voices of The Best of World SF: Volume 1. Edited by Lavie Tidhar, this labor of love... Read More

Book Review

Cathedral

by Kristine Morris

Ben Hopkins’s epic historical novel, "Cathedral", is the riveting story of the lives and motivations of cathedral builders: of humble serfs turned quarry workers; of visionary artists; of those who collected the harsh taxes and... Read More

Book Review

The Cannabis Revolution

by Angela McQuay

"The Cannabis Revolution" contains a wealth of balanced information for those in the medical field. Comprehensive to the point of being hard to digest, Stephen Holt’s "The Cannabis Revolution" covers all things marijuana-related. At... Read More

Book Review

Revelations of Chaos

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Fury’s is an elaborate fantasy adventure with depth, spirit, and extraordinary heroes. In a land of magic and illusion that is inhabited by warring clans of men and beasts, an ancient legend of light and darkness unfolds. Rise of the... Read More

Book Review

Russia

by Matt Sutherland

Given the well-documented deeds of Lenin, Trotsky, Stalin, Khrushchev, Brezhnev, Yeltsin, Gorbachev, and Putin, a casual geo-political history buff might get the mistaken idea that the brutal, seventy-year Communist experiment in... Read More

Book Review

Antiquitas Lost

by Alan J. Couture

With the loss of an extremely powerful weapon known as the Antiquitas Trident, a great tragedy has befallen the Shamalan Empire of Pangrelor, the one true world. The benevolent Shamalans have been betrayed and nearly wiped out, and... Read More

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