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Reviews of Books with 149 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 149 pages.

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Henry David Thoreau

by E. James Lieberman

Is it legitimate to view an icon of a bygone era through the lens of modern psychiatry? In this case it is, because of what Thoreau revealed about himself and because the author avoids the pitfalls of pathography-facile diagnosis and... Read More

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How to Turn Anger into Love

by Bobbye Middendorf

We live in an angry world. In a new approach to a misunderstood emotion, the authors focus on decoding anger’s messages and exploring the possibility that anger, mindfully used, can be a tool for growth into higher realms. Reshmi... Read More

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Rules for Visionary Leaders

“Run like Hell, Change Directions, and Run Like Hell.” That’s the secret of success for one CEO of a large company, who acknowledges that corporate goals and environmental opportunities change frequently and that savvy business... Read More

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A Corner in the Marais

by Britain Washburn

Contrary to the claims made by its subtitle and foreword, Karmel’s A Corner in the Marais is more an informal history of a Paris neighborhood than it is a memoir, per se. With the exception of the first chapter, which treats the... Read More