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1. Title:An Introduction to Contemporary Metaethics

Author: Alexander Miller

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Publisher:Polity Press; Distributed in the USA by Blackwell Publishers

Language:English

Year:2003

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Rizwan Review: Finally, after more than three months since I started it, I've finished this book! It's not the book's fault, on the contrary, the latest of my favorite Sigma Force series is a very good read, in some cases even a great one, trying to reach the greatness of the earlier Sigma books, just not quite there. The long time for finishing the book solely bears on my laziness. Anyway, I realize I wrote a somewhat 'review' of the book's plot summary last year based on my instant first impressions after re

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Paige (Illegal in 3 Countries) Review: See more of my reviews on The YA Kitten! My copy was an ARC I got from the publisher via Edelweiss.

Diversity Rating: 0 - What Diversity?

Racial-Ethnic:
0
QUILTBAG: 0
Disability: 0
Intersectionality: 0

If you've read and liked Stolen by Lucy Christopher, then I like you and we should be friends. You're probably hoping Captive will be in much the same vein even though Robyn of this novel is held hostage by a terrorist group akin to Peta on crack so they can blackmail her father into releasing a comrad

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Walter Rhein Review: What a remarkable feminist text. The fact that this was originally published in 1977 is absolutely astounding. I found this book to be similar and far superior to the oft praised "The Handmaid's Tale" (published in 1985). In my opinion, "The Handmaid's Tale" is a very masculine interpretation of femininity (which includes absolute sexual domination). "High Couch" on the other hand, explores the idea of female dominance through sexuality.

I can only imagine what it must have been like to read this

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Davy-Gravy Review: Unpopular opinion time: I don't like how this book is written. Watney's journals read like a nerdy blog rather than a dramatic survivor's diary. It's hard to find something harrowing and traumatic when the protagonist is saying "yay!" a lot and making incessant corny puns. "3.6 pirate-ninjas!" "Yay oxygen!" "Lol gay probe lol!!!!!1!" "Bad rover, no Scooby snack!!!111!" "LOL craaaaaaap!!1!" For me, those aren't funny, they're almost embarrassing.

No matter what horrible thing is happening to Watne

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Reni559 Review: To the author-posed question of who this book is for. My answer: Most everyone? I feel like it's not just for adults, yet not just for kids; not just for fact-seekers, yet not just for fiction/drama-seekers. The writing manages to reach this rare middle-ground that can capture any audience, with a merged style of theater and truthful detail.

I don't think you have to be a parent to be disturbed by what's going on behind the scenes. After seeing the full detail of how manipulative and seemingly be

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