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Reviews of Books with 132 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 132 pages.

Book Review

Finding Me

by Carol Booton

The memoir "Finding Me" includes accounts of hardship, hope, and success that work toward a spiritual affirmation. Inocencia Tupas Malunes’s uplifting memoir "Finding Me" concerns her support of her far-flung family and how she... Read More

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Sports Page

by Matt Sutherland

Turn backhand flips and sand wedges into polished gemstones of wit, and such fun, that we doubted you could pull it off, poet. The author of eleven collections of poetry, fiddler Ken Waldman also has nine original CDs to be proud of,... Read More

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The God That I Know

by Jeremiah Rood

The poems of "The God That I Know" function as a personal testimony about Jesus. John Rogers’s passionate poetry book "The God That I Know" draws inspiration from the biblical psalms to impart hope. The book’s seventy-five poems,... Read More

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The Fierce Winds of Freedom

by John M. Murray

"The Fierce Winds of Freedom" is a light but rewarding historical novel, brought to life by the wild optimism of its pioneering characters. A ship populated by endearing characters with lively stories heads for America in J. M. Long’s... Read More

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Warm Water

by Melissa Wuske

"Warm Water" relatably explores what it means to grow up and grow old. Warm Water: A Collection of Memories by T. J. Richards is a memoir that shares an array of snapshots from the broad span of one man’s life. Richards spent his... Read More

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Fox Magic

by Catherine Thureson

"Fox Magic" is the emotionally harrowing story of Chance, a twelve-year-old girl struggling to deal with the suicides of her two best friends. The three had made a suicide pact, but Chance ran away at the last minute. Now she feels not... Read More

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