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Reviews of Books with 152 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 152 pages.

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Faith Hacker

by Jeremiah Rood

"Faith Hacker" is a tech-savvy Christian text that mines the links between computer science and theology for meaning. James Wilcox’s "Faith Hacker" is inventive in its use of technology to promote a biblical approach to life. Part... Read More

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by Karen Rigby

In Clarence Boulay’s delicate, mesmeric novel "Tristan", a woman’s ardor on a volcanic island tests her emotional thresholds. From its seafaring opening aboard a lobster boat bound for rugged Tristan, a remote South Atlantic outpost,... Read More

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by Eileen Gonzalez

"Affect" is a surreal novel about death, love, existence, and nonexistence. A woman grapples with intense philosophical questions and romantic feelings for a classmate in Charlene Elsby’s novel "Affect". She met Logan at the university... Read More

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The Stringer

by Peter Dabbene

A reporter squeezed by the changing news industry decides to play by different, dangerous rules in "The Stringer". Mark Scribner is a seasoned war correspondent who risks his life to bring truth to the world. But as the world shows less... Read More

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The Movement

by Tanisha Rule

Thomas C. Holt’s civil rights history text, "The Movement", takes care to include Black women leaders alongside its more familiar names. Beginning with 1930s and 1940s political strategizing, this book covers familiar civil rights... Read More

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