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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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Dune

by Peter Dabbene

The first part of Frank Herbert’s seminal science fiction work is adapted in the faithful, dazzling graphic novel "Dune". Dune tells the story of Paul Atreides, whose father, Duke Leto Atreides, has just been awarded ministry of the... Read More

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Authentic You.

by Ashley Holstrom

Achea Redd’s "Authentic You." is a cute welcome-to-adolescence guidebook that’s perfect for girls who are learning to navigate the mental and emotional changes of growing up. In her own youth, Redd’s experiences as a Black... Read More

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The Astrology Fix

by Kristine Morris

In "The Astrology Fix", noted astrologer Theresa Cheung decodes the cosmic influences revealed in each person’s birth chart and recommends practices and rituals to balance each individual’s “shining” and “shadow” elements.... Read More

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Ramifications

by Rebecca Hussey

In Daniel Saldaña París’s resonant novel "Ramifications", an eventful summer has ripple effects that last decades. A thirty-two-year-old man who’s lain in bed for the greater part of two years records memories from the summer of... Read More

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The Memory Monster

by Eileen Gonzalez

In Yishai Sarid’s dark, thoughtful novel "The Memory Monster", a Holocaust historian struggles with the weight of his profession. The story takes the form of a letter written by the anonymous narrator to explain an unspecified event.... Read More

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