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Reviews of Books with 172 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 172 pages.

Book Review

Perfect City

by Susan Waggoner

Embracing cities as permanent, desirable features, "Perfect City" turns a potentially dry urban survey into a heady, thought-provoking tour of eight distinctive cities. Joe Berridge’s "Perfect City" ruminates on the purpose, delights,... Read More

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They Call Me Orange Juice

by Nancy Powell

"They Call Me Orange Juice" is a wonderful collection from a talented and enthusiastic storyteller. Audrey McDonald Atkins’s "They Call Me Orange Juice" is an intimate compilation of funny, down-to-earth stories about the Deep South... Read More

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The Infallible Way

by Melissa Wuske

With conviction and credibility, "The Infallible Way" is a self-help work that asserts that joy, peace and abundance are possible for all. Lawyer Julie Gaige’s self-help work The Infallible Way: Guide for Transforming Fear to Love... Read More

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Pearl

by Carol Davala

Pearl’s subtle voice and demeanor command this narrative venture, whether from the darkness of a burial tomb or the tranquil view from a lakeside retreat. In Brian Kindall’s imaginative and artful fantasy "Pearl", a young girl carved... Read More

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