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Reviews of Books with 162 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 162 pages.

Book Review

You Are Gods

by Eric Patterson

In his new theological essay collection "You Are Gods", David Bentley Hart issues a rebuttal against the resurgence of the manualist tradition found mainly in the Thomist theology of the Catholic Church. Arguing that the manualist... Read More

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Rome by Night

by Edith Wairimu

The death of a showgirl whose escort business could expose corrupt political and social forces drives the mystery novel "Rome by Night". In J. Gennaro Albano’s mystery novel "Rome by Night", powerful forces rush to conceal the... Read More

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The Seagull

by George Hajjar

In Anton Korenev’s layered translation of "The Seagull", lovestruck elites banter against a struggling landscape that evinces beauty and elicits criticism of Russian art and politics. Anton Korenev’s refreshing translation of Anton... Read More

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Time Worketh Patience

by John M. Murray

"Time Worketh Patience" is a faith-based romance in which an early crush reignites. In Melody Kay Heart’s novel "Time Worketh Patience", a young woman struggles with faith and unrequited, troublesome love. Michelle fell hard for her... Read More

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Sally and the Magic River

by Carol Booton

"Sally and the Magic River" is an inspirational fantasy set in dreams within dreams. In H. Frank Gaertner’s soaring fantasy novel "Sally and the Magic River", a girl manifests her vision of conquering dangerous river rapids in a canoe.... Read More

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