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Reviews of Books with 118 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 118 pages.

Book Review

The Power to Continue

by Jeremiah Rood

"The Power to Continue" is an encouraging book for struggling Christians. Danisa Siziba’s inspiring "The Power to Continue" aims to help Christians deal with their difficulties. Here, the problems that believers face—like the deaths... Read More

Book Review

Immigration Essays

by Karen Ackland

These are thought-provoking meditations on family, immigration, and the American dream. In "Immigration Essays", Sybil Baker provides a provocative, open-hearted investigation into the ways that people leave home, and the reasons why.... Read More

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The Bad Times

by Peter Dabbene

The Great Irish Famine, a tragedy that led to many Irish families emigrating to America in the late 1840s, has been studied in great detail by academics and historians. Christine Kinealy and John Walsh bring that story to life through... Read More

Book Review

Freak

by Anna Call

A boarding school tale for those who enjoy underdogs, appreciate unusual coming-of-age stories, and identify with misunderstood geniuses. A student with Tourette’s syndrome deals with bullies, alcoholism, and unexpected friendship at a... Read More

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