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Reviews of Books with 122 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 122 pages.

Book Review

Something in the Blood

by Michelle Anne Schingler

A doctor and a ship’s captain have their expertise tested in the tense, storm-set novella "Something in the Blood". Phillip Messinger’s novella "Something in the Blood" is a compressed adventure story set in the stormy Pacific. Chris... Read More

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Finding My Yip

by Vivian Turnbull

Filled with friendship, adventure, and a lot of puppy charm, "Finding My Yip" is an entertaining children’s story about what it means to be brave. In Christine Isley-Farmer’s sweet children’s book "Finding My Yip", a girl and her... Read More

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Funny Thing Is

by Paige Van De Winkle

"Funny Thing Is" melds philosophy, science, and personal observations to result in a multifaceted take on modern comedy. Stephen Evans’s The Funny Thing Is is a perceptive dissection of the science and philosophy of comedy and comedic... Read More

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Prayer Changes Things

by Jeremiah Rood

"Prayer Changes Things" is an accessible introduction to Pentecostal prayer. Beatrice B. Fearon’s inspiring book "Prayer Changes Things" is an accessible guide to prayer. Beginning with a theology of prayer that encourages people to... Read More

Book Review

Sleepless Night

by Erika Harlitz Kern

The questions of love, marriage, and mortality come to life in Margriet de Moor’s poignant novel Sleepless Night. Suffering from insomnia, a woman wakes in the middle of the night. With her loyal dog as her only witness, she settles... Read More

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Pam and Jodi's Journey

by Laura Leavitt

Pam and Jodi’s Journey is compelling as it portrays students raising consciousness and standing up for their rights. N.K. Beckley’s middle grade novel Pam and Jodi’s Journey is upbeat and informative. It focuses on a deaf student... Read More

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The Haunted Trail

by Robert Foreman

"The Haunted Trail" is the product of an urgent sort of inspiration. The Haunted Trail: The War of the Dublin Woods by John C. Lukegord is a short suspense novel set in the late nineteenth century. Full of intrigue and the supernatural,... Read More

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