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Reviews of Books with 128 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 128 pages.

Book Review

Creative Words

by Claire Foster

"Creative Words" is a meaningful poetry collection and a work of layered creativity. Neil E. White’s "Creative Words" is a sensitive, thought-provoking poetry collection about the inspiring relationship between creativity and art. This... Read More

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Bad Faith

by Jeremiah Rood

Randall Balmer’s "Bad Faith" is a fascinating historical overview of the true origins of the Religious Right in America. The book begins in a conference room, where US evangelical leaders gather to mark the rise of Ronald Reagan’s... Read More

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Cheer Up

by Peter Dabbene

In "Cheer Up", two friends on different tracks reconnect and explore their romantic feelings. Annie is smart but antisocial. To present colleges with a more balanced high school transcript, her mother suggests that she give cheerleading... Read More

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Becoming Soul

by Jeremiah Rood

In the spiritual novel "Becoming Soul", a woman’s experiences with family and motherhood foster her connection to the divine. In El Alma’s spiritual novel "Becoming Soul", a parable is used to suggest means of personal development. A... Read More

Book Review

Adler

by Peter Dabbene

A cast of famous fictional and real-life characters navigates a high-stakes, Victorian-era adventure in the exciting graphic novel "Adler". Irene Adler, first introduced in Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes stories, takes the lead... Read More

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The Salt Fields

by Karen Rigby

In Stacy D. Flood’s brooding historical novel "The Salt Fields", a Black man migrates from the South and journeys inward toward reconciliation. In 1947, Minister boards the Dawn Lightning to flee the Carolinas, where his ancestors were... Read More

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