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Reviews of Books with 109 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 109 pages.

Book Review

Fast Track Your Health

by Carrie Wallace

This strong weight-loss title focuses on beating obesity with four deceptively simple steps: setting goals, keeping a food journal, exercising, and following up regularly with a practitioner. As a weight-loss specialist and surgeon,... Read More

Book Review

Beowulf

by Peter Dabbene

This engrossing adventure offers modern phrasing while maintaining the spirit of earlier translations of "Beowulf". "Beowulf" is one of the classics of the Western literary canon, still studied in high school and college classrooms. The... Read More

Book Review

Reason and Relationships

“We are all pretty much the same under the skin whether we like to think so or not” James Duane Spring writes. Applying the truth of this statement to the attempt to understand why human beings have such a difficult time relating to... Read More

Book Review

Petroglyphs

by Erica Wright

There is an appropriate sense of wonder in Keith Harvey’s debut collection of poems "Petroglyphs". In line after line the poet appears to be discovering the world anew and making up the answers as he goes. In “Wille zur Macht”... Read More

Book Review

Position To Receive

by Lee Gooden

There have been so many get-rich-quick schemes and self-help gurus exploiting people in the history of the world making their fortunes off the poor and down-trodden that Jesus Christ is even on record speaking against the parasites when... Read More