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Reviews of Books with 174 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 174 pages.

Book Review

The Ruins of Ani

by Rachel Jagareski

Father Krikor Balakian’s memoir of his 1909 visit to the medieval Armenian city of Ani is newly available in English as "The Ruins of Ani". Translator Peter Balakian highlights the historical importance of this text, which documents... Read More

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Going beyond the Pose

by Katie Asher

Imparting straightforward and factual information about yoga, the book maintains an excellent balance: it is objective, truthful, and spiritual all at once. Kathleen Nitting’s "Going beyond the Pose" draws from experience and practice... Read More

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Why We Revolt

by Melissa Wuske

"Why We Revolt" gives patients and caregivers the motivation they need to work for change. Why We Revolt: A Patient Revolution for Careful and Kind Care by Victor Montori is a compelling call to change for the health-care industry. In a... Read More

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Against All Odds

by Ella Vincent

In telling the story of how Lungu calmed the volatile transfer of power in Zambia, "Against All Odds" is an engaging political biography. "Against All Odds" is an enlightening biography of the president of Zambia, Edgar Lungu. Zambian... Read More

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Grizzly Peak

by Rebecca Foster

Jonathan London’s "Grizzly Peak" is the third novel in the gripping Aaron’s Wilderness adventure series. Aaron has changed: he has quit sports, gotten into rap music, and let his grades slip. Then a teacher finds a Swiss Army knife... Read More

Book Review

Jesus

by Claire Foster

In a text that is clear and accessible, Anteyi examines who Jesus was by taking a close look at the Bible. In Jesus: His Words and Deeds, Alexander Anteyi sheds light on Jesus’s true nature through a careful examination of the New... Read More

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