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Reviews of Books with 530 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 530 pages.

Book Review

Kriya Yoga

by Sheila M. Trask

Wyder is always personal, never preachy, in sharing her spiritual quest, allowing twenty-first-century seekers to start their own journeys. A seminal resource by a dedicated devotee, Heidi Wyder’s Kriya Yoga: Four Spiritual Masters and... Read More

Book Review

In the Greenhouse

by Sarah Stewart

In this fictional memoir, Podovinikoff crafts a humane portrait of a stigmatized and misunderstood group, the Doukhobor. Intimate, revealing, and educational, In the Greenhouse: A Doukhobor Story of the 60s through the Eyes of the 80s,... Read More

Book Review

This Is Rage

by Dindy Yokel

Goldstein emphasizes the theme of doing well by doing good, through many characters, even the criminals—though many of the characters are criminals at some level. Ken Goldstein is a Silicon Valley insider’s insider, and this ripples... Read More

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Moonlight over England

by Pete Warzel

This scrapbook biography of primary documents creates an encompassing portrait of a soldier, his family, and a war. A scrapbook created by the author to understand his brother’s death in World War II, Moonlight Over England is an... Read More