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Reviews of Books with 666 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 666 pages.

Book Review

Trouble the Water

by Edith Wairimu

A mother observes her daughter’s cancer diagnosis and treatment in the memoir "Trouble the Water", which covers years of dedication and family support. Idina Santino’s moving memoir "Trouble the Water" concerns her young daughter’s... Read More

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The Fo’c’sle Door

by Mark McLaughlin

This rollicking novel is inhabited by unforgettable characters and told in the style of Dickens and Stevenson. In the eighteenth century, the coast of Cornwall, England, was notorious for being a haunt and haven for smugglers,... Read More

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The Heart of His Mystery

John Waterfield admits to two enduring passions: the works of Shakespeare and the Catholic faith. In his view, a close reading of the former reveals a corresponding adherence to the latter. Shakespeare, he contends, “is no less a... Read More