About Word Count

In this new age of e-publishing, page count has become obsolete. At Underground Book Reviews, we calculate the length of a book by its word count, which the literary industry has done for ages. If you're unfamiliar with this method, check out some classics to get your bearing:
20-40k: Old Man and the Sea & Of Mice and Men
40-60k: Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy & Lord of the Flies
60-80k: Catcher in the Rye & The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
80-100k: The Hobbit & To Kill a Mockingbird
100-120k: Gulliver’s Travels & Sense and Sensibility
120-140k: A Tree Grows in Brooklyn & A Tale of Two Cities
140-160k: Oliver Twist & Uncle Tom’s Cabin
160-180k: Grapes of Wrath & Catch-22
180-200k: Great Expectations & Little Women
200-300k: Moby Dick & East of Eden
300-400k: Middlemarch & Anna Karenina
400-600k: Gone With the Wind & Atlas Shrugged

Indie Books in the 180-200k Range:

A. Katie Rose
Votes: 0
One of the Best Indie Books of 2016 - Kirkus Reviews

Monty Johnston
Votes: 0
Think outside the box by living outside it.

J. Lynn Else
Votes: 5 Reviewer Rating: 3.5 Stars
Discover the adventure of one woman's lifetime.
For fans of historical fiction, specifically that based on the ancient Egypt civilization, and readers who like stories based on an untold figure in history, this book may just find you delightfully surprised.
Review by The Forgotten: Aten’s Last Queen

Jean Lowe Carlson
Votes: 1 Pitch Perfect Finalist
Wrongfully accused of treason, Kingsman Elohl seeks the truth behind his betrayal.

Clint Thurmon
Votes: 0
Hunters took our sister and we will have her back.

George Knox
Votes: 0
Would you murder someone for the love of a woman?