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Reviews of Books with 482 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 482 pages.

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by Jeremiah Rood

A wide-ranging, organized, cohesive statement about what morality means, "Morality" is a thought-provoking text. Roger V. Moseley’s erudite social science book "Morality" examines how moral and ethical decisions are made and... Read More

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The Defender of the Faith

by Susan Waggoner

"The Defender of the Faith" is a compelling historical novel whose characters are caught in the tidal sweep of modernizing India. In Prakash Lothe’s historical novel "The Defender of the Faith", the social and political upheavals of... Read More

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Realizing Heaven

by Claire Foster

Hoolhorst lays a strong foundation for exploring the questions, beliefs, and institutions that have defined civilization for millennia. In "Realizing Heaven", Otto S. Hoolhorst explores spiritual concepts from a rational, logical... Read More

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The Boy in Formaldehyde

by Lynn Evarts

This disturbing thriller focuses on underground child abuse rings with eerie connections to the real world. In Michael Antony’s "The Boy in Formaldehyde", Camilla, an advocate for victims of child abuse, comes across a macabre art... Read More

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Kirin Rise

by Sonya Lovy

This manga-style novel features distinct, interesting characters and, of course, lots of mixed martial arts. In the future envisioned in Ed Cruz’s Kirin Rise: The Cast of Shadows, an economic collapse has eliminated the middle class,... Read More

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Chaconne in J Minor

by Jill Allen

Juhl’s captivating debut lesbian romance features a multilayered plot and musical phrasing. Christine Juhl’s captivating lesbian romance, "Chaconne in J Minor", explores the nervousness associated with a first love affair, recovery... Read More

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Grid City Overload

by Sheila M. Trask

Information overload. Living in 2012, we know what that’s like: smartphones, Facebook, news feeds, YouTube, and Twitter all constantly compete for our attention. As overwhelming as today’s technology-fueled society can be, Steven T.... Read More

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