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Reviews of Books with 464 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 464 pages.

Book Review

The Dishwasher

by Shana Creaney

Stéphane Larue’s debut "The Dishwasher" is a precision piece of youthful omphaloskepsis and urban fatigue. Its crisp narration and nearly journalistic aplomb with detailing the addictive spiral of its protagonist make it compelling.... Read More

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The Record Keeper

by Michelle Anne Schingler

In Agnes Gomillion’s gripping science fiction debut, "The Record Keeper", Arika is born in a postwar, resource-ravaged world and is plucked from her community’s nursery for a position of power. Arika may have a warm bed, clean... Read More

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Future Sounds

by Ho Lin

David Stubbs’s "Future Sounds" takes on the gargantuan task of providing an overview of the entire history of electronic music, from the influence of English philosopher Francis Bacon back in 1626 to the smashing success of electronic... Read More

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Tasting Georgia

by Matt Sutherland

Ancient, enigmatic Georgia, enviably positioned between the Caucasus Mountains and the Black Sea, lays claim to one of history’s greatest civilizing feats: the first domestication of wild grapes more than five thousand years ago. This... Read More

Book Review

Salt Creek

by Gary Presley

Settings are technicolor in this brilliant and engaging historical novel. Lucy Treloar’s "Salt Creek" is a mesmerizing novel in which an English woman reminisces about her Australian youth and the tragedies that befell her family. In... Read More

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O Sing unto the Lord

by Jeremiah Rood

This musical approach to Christian history ignites interest in the story behind Sunday morning hymns. Andrew Gant’s "O Sing unto the Lord" is a fresh and refreshing approach to Christian history, resounding through church music. Gant... Read More

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The United Continuums

by Susan Waggoner

The end of life on Earth may be nigh in this satisfying, fascinating conclusion to Brody’s dystopia series. "The United Continuums" is the satisfying conclusion to Jennifer Brody’s dystopian young-adult trilogy. After a centuries-ago... Read More

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