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Reviews of Books with 163 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 163 pages.

Book Review

Everyone Belongs to God

by Jeff Friend

This century-old advice to a missionary remains timely today. "Everyone Belongs to God" is a thought-provoking compilation of letters written by German Lutheran pastor Christoph Blumhardt (1842-1919) to his son-in-law Richard Wilhelm as... Read More

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Moving Miss Peggy

by Lisa Romeo

A loving and sometimes painful story of siblings who must answer the question of what to do about mother. Robert Benson’s account of his and his siblings’ efforts to move their dementia-addled mother into a comfortable, secure new... Read More

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The Alchemy of Teaching

by Seamus Mullarkey

This volume offers an inspiring (at times, provocative) glimpse into the mysterious and unpredictable chemistry leading to the unleashing of human potential that sets true teaching apart from the mere pragmatics of rote instruction. A... Read More

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Confusion Matrix

In "Confusion Matrix", readers are transported through the age of the Classical and Romantic poets to our own time and place. While the themes are timeless and the poet accesses them through modern experiences, there are a number of... Read More

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Living With No Regrets

In this inspirational memoir, Frances H. Livesay describes how she remade her life after the death of her husband. A daughter of privilege from a large, well-principled family in Mississippi, Livesay opens with enviable descriptions of... Read More

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