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Reviews of Books with 164 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 164 pages.

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by Kristine Morris

"Hebrews" is an inviting and accessible study guide that facilitates meaningful and satisfying exploration of the New Testament book. Kathy Stewart’s biblical study guide "Hebrews" makes difficult doctrine easy to understand and calls... Read More

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Percy's Field

by Benjamin Welton

Percy’s Field combines great naturalism and regional storytelling with the pleasure of detective fiction … not to be missed. Percy’s Field by Christopher Brookhouse is an inverted detective story. It is obvious early on in the... Read More

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Joe and the Halloween Mystery

by Nancy Powell

The allegorical narrative revolves around a battle with Satan, drawing clear, black-and-white lines. This follow-up to Joe and the Peace Eternal is a swashbuckling biblical fantasy that pits a hunky former Olympian and his trusty,... Read More

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Two Moons

by Matt Grant

Krystal A. Smith’s "Two Moons" is an imaginative and whimsical collection of speculative short stories focused on themes of love, loss, fertility, and redemption. Each story is more fantastical and surprising than the last. Yet no... Read More

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Dreams of Re-Creation in Jamaica

by Susan Waggoner

"Dreams of Re-Creation in Jamaica" is valuable for bringing a little-known aspect of WWII to public awareness. Even World War II buffs who think they’ve read it all will encounter fresh revelations in this tale of Jews who fled the... Read More

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An Insect Tale

by Anitra Budd

With battles, quests, political intrigues, and life-and-death struggles, "An Insect Tale" is a unique reimagining of high fantasy. In "An Insect Tale", by Alexander Barton Caceres, it’s up to three insects—a bee, a praying mantis,... Read More

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