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Reviews of Books with 156 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 156 pages.

Book Review

Bill Wants a Boat

by Charlene Oldham

"Bill Wants a Boat" is an attention-grabbing personal finance primer for those striving to secure their financial futures. Antonio M. Thewissen’s financial parable "Bill Wants a Boat" follows a couple’s monetary struggles during... Read More

Book Review

Better Times

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

Moving from the recent past into the future, Sara Batkie’s short story collection "Better Times" traverses lives that are subtly or drastically twisted away from what is familiar. Mystery and surrealism underlie the mundane, their... Read More

Book Review

Mary Anning's Curiosity

by Jeff Fleischer

Kulling’s tale introduces young readers to one of science’s great characters at a pivotal point in her story. Paleontology was a new field early in the nineteenth century, when a young girl named Mary Anning made the first of her... Read More

Book Review

A Mania of Love

by Meagan Logsdon

This is an introspective, magnetic foray into Greek culture and history. "A Mania of Love" by J. N. Pratley is an introspective foray into the history and philosophy of ancient Greece via the life of one of its poets. Clarence is a... Read More

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