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Reviews of Books Priced $27.95

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $27.95.

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The NeuroGeneration

by Melissa Wuske

Tan Le’s "The NeuroGeneration" cracks open the world of brain enhancement to show that the future may be closer than we think. Le, on the cutting edge of research and technology into one of the biggest mysteries—the human... Read More

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In Jerusalem

by Jeremiah Rood

What happens in Jerusalem is as much about family as it is about the Israeli-Palestinian divide. Lis Harris’s cultural and political history "In Jerusalem" combines deft analysis with open inquiries in search of the emotional truth... Read More

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Meat Planet

by Rachel Jagareski

Benjamin Aldes Wurgaft’s "Meat Planet" is a thoughtful examination of the technological, ethical, and cultural issues swirling around the development of artificial flesh. It’s a quick-witted, journalistic survey of lab-cultured... Read More

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Scatterbrain

by Rebecca Foster

One might assume that training brains towards perfection is a worthy goal, but German neuroscientist Henning Beck’s "Scatterbrain" promotes a different perspective. The book refutes received opinions about the brain’s apparent... Read More

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Making Eden

by Barry Silverstein

"Making Eden" is a sweeping history of plant evolution that demonstrates both the development and fragility of plant life. Natural sciences professor David Beerling’s book is a comprehensive evolutionary history that traces the birth... Read More

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The Peached Tortilla

by Rachel Jagareski

Eric Silverstein, a Chinese and Jewish American chef who grew up in Japan and Atlanta before moving to Texas to start a food truck, restaurant, and catering business, draws upon his culturally rich experiences to serve up “modern Asian... Read More

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Courting Mr. Lincoln

by Karen Rigby

Louis Bayard’s "Courting Mr. Lincoln" begins its story of Lincoln when he was still a roughhewn Springfield lawyer whose potential was guarded by a friend and roommate, Joshua Speed, and admired by a politically minded debutante, Mary... Read More

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