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Reviews of Books with 180 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 180 pages.

Book Review

Mr. Nicholas

by Kristine Morris

In Christopher de Vinck’s novel "Mr. Nicholas", a hardened newspaperman’s life is rocked by a small boy’s love and an encounter with a mysterious old man. On his way to interview a beekeeper, Jim sees Anna’s car clinging to the... Read More

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The Timematician

by Ho Lin

The science fiction novel "The Timematician" includes considerable mayhem before making poignant points about companionship, love, and the need for connections. "The Timematician" is the rollicking second installment of Steven... Read More

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The Precipice

by Eileen Gonzalez

In "The Precipice", noted scholar Noam Chomsky and interviewer C. J. Polychroniou review Donald Trump’s presidency and its possible short- and long-term consequences for the world. In a series of interviews conducted over several... Read More

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Include Me Out

by Rebecca Hussey

In the novel "Include Me Out", a woman tries to remake her life on her own terms and meets unexpected obstacles. Mara is a simultaneous interpreter who has had enough of a job that demands constant attention to language. All she wants is... Read More

Book Review

Your Move

by Karen Rigby

Packed with delightful history and trivia, "Your Move" makes an irresistible case for reviving offline games. Joan Moriarity and Jonathan Kay’s "Your Move" elucidates the renaissance of board games, the ways they mirror society, and... Read More

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Near the Exit

by Katie Asher

A helpful reminder that no one escapes this life alive, Lori Erickson’s "Near the Exit" is a travel text and an act of religious exploration, presenting spiritual meditations from some of the holiest places on Earth. Erickson developed... Read More

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