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Reviews of Books with 944 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 944 pages.

Book Review

The Eighth Life

by Meagan Logsdon

Nino Haratischvili’s multigenerational Georgian novel "The Eighth Life" spans the years between the Bolshevik Revolution and the early twenty-first century. It all begins with a master chocolatier and a magical hot chocolate recipe for... Read More

Book Review

Big Wonderful Thing

by Matt Sutherland

Ablaze in infamy and otherworldly as any heavenly planet, Texas is mythology come alive. This singular place is what happens when fiercely independent, prone-to-violence people are assimilated into a fledgling nation whose capital is so... Read More

Book Review


by Benjamin Welton

Economist Bryson argues that, although socialism may have a black eye, it’s not going anywhere soon, making this an always timely read. Phillip J. Bryson’s "Socialism" works to explain the birth, popularization, decline, and... Read More

Book Review

Lore of Running

by Matt Sutherland

What does it take to be a runner? Two legs and a pulse—no courts or lined ball fields, no rules, tools, skills, or opponents required. How cool is that? This bible, this running companion, explains how to nurture your inner athlete to... Read More

Book Review

Software and Mind

by Mark McLaughlin

The scientific method of mechanism, by which the study of all things is broken down to their smallest building blocks and reassembled in hierarchical order, is the intellectual crowbar that tore down the religion-based myths that... Read More