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Reviews of Books with 157 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 157 pages.

Book Review

Leaving Milan

by Maya Fleischmann

Credible teen protagonist Harper struggles with family issues, small-town values, and the problems of growing up. Themes of growing up and small-town communities are explored in this heartwarming and uplifting portrait of an older teen... Read More

Book Review

Waist Away

by Lauren Kramer

"Waist Away" reads like one of those long, candid conversations you’ve always wanted to have with your family doctor. The kind you never get to enjoy because everyone’s watching the clock and other patients are waiting. But if you... Read More

Book Review

Thunk!

by Carrie Wallace

Sandy Newbigging built a small empire with his mindfulness training methodology, the “mind detox method,” complete with lavish spa retreat options in Turkey and Australia for his students. In "Thunk!", his latest offering, he teaches... Read More

Book Review

Drop the Charges

by Diane Taylor

A co-pastor of a church in the United Kingdom, Agnes Mensah-Bonsu believes that Christians must learn to forgive those who transgress against them. Few would argue that the Christian obligation to forgive others, in the same way that... Read More

Book Review

The End

by J. G. Stinson

Freelance writer and editor Laura Barcella has capitalized on the whole 2012 mythos with this compilation of fifty pop-culture items (books, films, music, TV series, art and comic books among them) which have the end of the world as... Read More

Book Review

Manager Mechanics

New managers have to deal with so many thorny issues that they may sometimes wonder if it’s worth it. In his excellent book, "Manager Mechanics", Eric Bloom addresses these issues with honesty, insight, and humor. One refreshing aspect... Read More

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