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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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YHWH and the Sacred Secret

by Jeremiah Rood

"YHWH and the Sacred Secret" is a contemplative, impassioned work that argues for the importance of God and the Bible. Monte Perepelkin’s "YHWH and the Sacred Secret" says that people should practice their Christian faith in a more... Read More

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Where She Belongs

by Carolina Ciucci

Childhood sweethearts navigate the challenges of adulthood in "Where She Belongs", a sweet small-town romance. At the center of Kaitlin Cooke’s sweet contemporary romance "Where She Belongs" are two people who have never fallen out of... Read More

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Translating the Soul

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Marjorie Agosín’s essays positively ache at moments: when she’s describing what it’s like to make home in a liminal space; as she calls out across time to memorialize family members who were brutally ripped away. And yet... Read More

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