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Reviews of Books Priced $35.00

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $35.00.

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From Peoples into Nations

by Jeff Fleischer

In the past few centuries, the map of Eastern Europe has changed far more than its western counterpart, as the rise and fall of empires—from the Holy Roman Empire to the Iron Curtain of Soviet rule—and groupings of people by... Read More

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Children of Grass

by Matt Sutherland

Eighty poets under the influence of Walt share a poem and a comical pose in this winning collection of portraiture and poetry. That the two complement each other so well in coffee-table format is the unexpected delight. On the Rocks I... Read More

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Zen in Japanese Culture

by Matt Sutherland

The beeping, flashing, vibrating distractions of technology; densely populated city centers; brash displays of wealth and power among the elites; and societal inequality: such is life in the twenty-first century. Whether modern... Read More

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Cedar and Salt

by Rachel Jagareski

Emily Lycopolus and DL Acken’s "Cedar and Salt" showcases Vancouver Island’s impressive local food scene. The large island, located off the coast of British Columbia, has a mild climate that enables year-round foraging and farming,... Read More

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Salt & Time

by Eric Patterson

In her new cookbook, Salt & Time, Alissa Timoshkina reconnects with her Siberian birthplace and memories of snow crunching under her feet, offering her own “aesthetic take of Russian food.” Russian food is often seen as filling,... Read More

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Radio Active

by Joe Taylor

"Radio Active" is a glorious hodgepodge of snippets from the O’Shaughnessy files. Esteemed New York radio personality William O’Shaughnessy’s "Radio Active" is his fifth collection of interviews, tributes, endorsements, monologues,... Read More

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Big Wonderful Thing

by Matt Sutherland

Ablaze in infamy and otherworldly as any heavenly planet, Texas is mythology come alive. This singular place is what happens when fiercely independent, prone-to-violence people are assimilated into a fledgling nation whose capital is so... Read More

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