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Reviews of Books with 154 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 154 pages.

Book Review

Oy Mame! Oy Mame!

by Suzanne Kamata

"Oy Mame! Oy Mame!" is an inspiring Holocaust survival story. "Oy Mame! Oy Mame!" is the eyewitness account of Abraham Gutreiman, a Polish Jew, who, along with his elder brother Yankel, survived the Holocaust. Although his brother... Read More

Book Review

In the Beginning

by Holly Jordan

"In the Beginning" is a compelling story of family and social evolution. Jaime Reyes’s historical novel "In the Beginning" begins in 40,000 BCE as Og, the leader of his Neandertal tribe, uses his lifetime of knowledge to create the... Read More

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Purposeful Evolution

by Susan Waggoner

"Purposeful Evolution" is an interesting, science-based examination of life on Earth. Two dominant paths that lead to plant and animal evolution receive scrutiny in Ron Deming’s "Purposeful Evolution". Taking a scientific approach, the... Read More

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Lighter Living

by Jeremiah Rood

"Lighter Living" is an inspirational self-help book full of humble advice for clearing clutter so that you can better see what truly matters. Lisa J. Shultz’s inspiring self-help book "Lighter Living" pitches the value of minimalistic... Read More

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Unfamous Men

by Ho Lin

In Jeff Gomez’s "Unfamous Men", two friends toil as migrant field workers in California, dreaming of a better life. One is hulking, loyal, and simple; the other is ambitious, quick-tempered, and bitter. It’s an open re-envisioning of... Read More

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As Above, So Below

by Edith Wairimu

"As Above, So Below" is a vibrant collection of poems, full of striking lines and encouraging notions. In Fahad Bouzubar’s emotive poetry collection "As Above, So Below", verses concentrate on pain, longing, love, and healing. The... Read More

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