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Reviews of Books with 149 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 149 pages.

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by Joe Taylor

Richard Taylor’s biographical novel "Girty" covers the terror and tragedy of the Indian Wars. Simon Girty is legendary. Called “the first American frontier villain,” Girty, who was captured by Seneca Indians as a teenager, defected... Read More

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Deepening Engagement

by Kristine Morris

Do the corporations and institutions we work for have to be soul killers, or can they actually become “soul-forming” institutions? Leadership consultant, PhD, and coach Diane M. Millis believes that it is possible for those with a... Read More

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Six Feet off the Ground

by Barbara Bamberger Scott

A ten-year-old child manages to be hopeful, tragic, fun, and endearing all at once, despite dysfunctional parents. "Six Feet off the Ground", by new novelist H. C. Turner, is the emotionally gripping tale of three lives unmoored. It’s... Read More

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The Tales of the Walrus

by Wayne Cunningham

“Everything’s got a moral, if only you can find it.” So says the Duchess in Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. It’s an appropriate guideline for readers of Richard Sharkey’s "The Tales of the Walrus", with... Read More

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by Margaret Cullison

Nature has great healing power for people at odds with their existence on earth. Its vast complexity brings an appreciation of life that calms even the most harried among us. A hike through the Vosges Mountains in Alsace, France, serves... Read More

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Stupid Children

by Jessica Henkle

Growing up is hard. Growing up in a cult is harder, and this is the coming-of-age process that Jane endures in Lenore Zion’s "Stupid Children". After her father unsuccessfully attempts suicide, Jane is placed with foster parents who... Read More

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