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Reviews of Books with 480 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 480 pages.

Book Review

Time and Time Again

by Aimee Jodoin

"Time and Time Again" collects sixteen of Hugo and Nebula award–winning author Robert Silverberg’s short stories involving time travel. With dazzling prose and original plotlines, Silverberg proves himself to be a master of the... Read More

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Forage, Harvest, Feast

by Rachel Jagareski

The renewed interest in foraging wild foods has inspired many new cookbooks, but none is as comprehensive as Marie Viljoen’s Forage, Harvest, Feast: A Wild-Inspired Cuisine. Viljoen is a writer and wild foods evangelist who packs... Read More

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by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

Edgar Bendler is twenty-four years old and lost in his loss. His girlfriend is gone—perhaps missing, perhaps dead. His cat, too. Life between university terms looms, and without the distraction of study, Ed is likely to throw himself... Read More

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Accidental Activists

by Claire Foster

Collins shows that change, even of the smallest kind, comes at the cost of great dedication and even greater love. It took four decades of lawyers, litigation, LGBTQ activists, and patient, persistent engagement to legalize gay marriage.... Read More

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Do Not Say We Have Nothing

by Monica Carter

Angela Lin’s narration of this beautifully written novel makes this a listening experience worth savoring. Madeleine Thien’s "Do Not Say We Have Nothing" is a multigenerational saga depicting the lives of three classical musicians... Read More

Book Review

The Televangelist

by Kristine Morris

Sheik Hatem el-Shenawi is accustomed to both the magic and madness of life in the limelight. As an Islamic televangelist with a large following, he’s right up there with film stars and soccer players in the eyes of the viewing public.... Read More

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The General and the Genius

by Lee Polevoi

The origin story of nuclear weaponry is brought to compelling light through the experiences of the two men who spearheaded the Manhattan Project. In the history of science and technology, there may be no more unlikely pairing than the... Read More

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