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Reviews of Books with 176 Pages

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

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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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Sexuality

by Rebecca Foster

Cultural messages about what is “normal” or acceptable stifle variety, induce shame, and keep people from discovering their true identity, Meg-John Barker and Jules Scheele argue in Sexuality: A Graphic Guide. Blending narratives... Read More

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Stella

by Karen Rigby

In McCall Hoyle’s endearing novel "Stella", a beagle searches for redemption—and her human being. Stella is a service dog who failed to sniff out an explosive at an airport. She feels guilt because her handler suffered in the... Read More

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