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Reviews of Books with 156 Pages

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

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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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Glorious Gulf of Mexico

by Matt Sutherland

Forget for a moment the several thousand oil rigs and the legacy of environmental disasters that mar your mental image of this 600,000-square mile sea. Instead, take heart in the realization of 15,000 species of sea life inhabiting... Read More

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Not to Touch

by Margaret Fedder

Intense and interesting, this poetry collection features a rawness of emotion deeply felt and adeptly conveyed. William Edmund Evans’s latest collection of poetry, "Not to Touch", is an intense and interesting follow-up to the intimate... Read More

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Plumb's Bluff

by Julia Ann Charpentier

Sunday school morality meets ice-cold realism in a heartbreaking story of grief and revenge. This sophisticated novel of intrigue shines a revealing spotlight on the ugly consequences that occur when malevolence takes an unexpected turn.... Read More

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