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Reviews of Books with 182 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 182 pages.

Book Review

Bom Boy

by Rebecca Hussey

Yewande Omotoso’s novel "Bom Boy" is a multigenerational tale set in Cape Town that explores how social and familial pressures shape an individual’s life. It beautifully captures struggles with loneliness, loss, poverty, and... Read More

Book Review

The Ugly Fight

by Laura Leavitt

The book’s extended thought experiment, which details how AI could impact our fight against climate change, is compelling. R. S. Amblee’s technological, environmental examination, Unleashing Artificial Intelligence Against Global... Read More

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A Potpourri of Poems

by Andrea Hammer

Poems focus on shared experiences with honest and openly expressed feelings. Gary Ten Eyck’s often musical poetry collection, "A Potpourri of Poems", chimes from the opening note. Family themes dominate, starting with the... Read More

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The Door

by Erika Harlitz Kern

"The Door" follows a teenager as she unearths her true identity in a high-speed adventure of good versus evil. Craig Wickersham’s young-adult fantasy "The Door" is steeped in the supernatural and occult. "The Door" follows a teenager... Read More

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Why Debate

by Joe Taylor

This collection of essays belong in the hands of all those looking to persuade a thinking public. Shawn Briscoe’s collection of essays "Why Debate" is a compelling argument for the inclusion of debate and forensics programs in American... Read More

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No Place to Hide

by Joe Taylor

This account of a deadly Vietnam battle serves the truth, and is a long overdue and thorough narrative. Bill Sly’s new book, "No Place to Hide", comes forward to tell a little-known story of the Vietnam War—a unit’s ill-fated... Read More

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