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Reviews of Books with 176 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 176 pages.

Book Review

Midland

by Mari Carlson

"Midland" is a resounding, redemptive novel about healing from a tragedy. In Ross Breithaupt’s measured novel "Midland", a young man works to heal following his brother’s suicide. In the 1980s, ten years after his brother jumped to... Read More

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Lemon

by Eileen Gonzalez

In Kwon Yeo-sun’s novel "Lemon", the unsolved murder of a high school student reverberates through the years. Hae-on was killed on a summer night in 2002. But for those left behind, this was just the beginning. After the initial shock... Read More

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Science and Beyond

by Kristine Morris

"Science and Beyond" combines science and philosophy to argue that a new understanding of the limitations of science is needed to avoid global catastrophe. Focusing on rampant misconceptions about science, researcher and teacher Rolf... Read More

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Disquiet

by Suzanne Kamata

Subcultures clash with tragic results in Zülfü Livaneli’s impactful novel "Disquiet". Ibrahim lives and works as a newspaper reporter in Istanbul, a contemporary metropolis where the East mixes with the West. But he is drawn back to... Read More

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What's Eating the Universe?

by Rebecca Foster

Dark matter, black holes, dark energy: with all this shadowy terminology in play, it’s no wonder when laypeople find cosmology off-putting, so What’s Eating the Universe? illumines the mysteries of quantum physics in a nonthreatening... Read More

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