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Reviews of Books with 176 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 176 pages.

Book Review

The Junction

by Peter Dabbene

Telling an emotional and fantastical story about love and loss, "The Junction" is a standout graphic novel. Lucas is still eleven years old when he reappears in town over a decade after his disappearance. He has not aged at all. His... Read More

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The Waymakers

by Edith Wairimu

Asserting that diversity in the workplace has to be intentional, "The Waymakers" is a timely, action-oriented leadership guide. Tara Jaye Frank’s emphatic leadership book "The Waymakers" is packed with recommendations for creating and... Read More

Book Review

Kicking Glass

by Sarah White

Neile Cooper’s "Kicking Glass" explores stained glass-making with tutorials and colorful inspirations. Cooper’s book takes some of the mystery and fear out of making stained glass, outlining detailed information about setting up... Read More

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Astonishing the Gods

by Eileen Gonzalez

A young man’s journey of self-discovery leads him to the last place he ever expected in Ben Okri’s novel "Astonishing the Gods". Determined to find out why his people are invisible to everyone but themselves, an unnamed young man... Read More

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Sermons with Insight

by Edith Wairimu

"Sermons with Insight" is an instructive collection that muses on how Christians should approach contemporary issues in a way that reflects their faith. The earnest entries of Roland Zimany’s collection "Sermons with Insight" encourage... Read More

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