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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

Democracy in Danger

by Jeff Fleischer

Two things have become unambiguous about Russia’s role in the 2016 US presidential election: it carried out a significant attack against the United States; and not enough is being done to prevent a repeat performance. Jake Braun... Read More

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God Land

by Melissa Wuske

Lyz Lenz’s "God Land" is a nuanced examination of the political, personal, and religious complexity of middle America. Beginning with Lenz’s own faith-filled dream of a new church (one which ended up dissolving) and the challenge of... Read More

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We Will Feast

by Melissa Wuske

Kendall Vanderslice’s tantalizing "We Will Feast" showcases the power of food in Christian faith communities. Most people have experienced intense bonding over a meal, but why and how does it happen—and can eating occupy a central... Read More

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Doppler

by Erika Harlitz Kern

Cutting satire and humorous jeremiads expose the hypocrisies of keeping up with the Joneses in Erlend Loe’s novel "Doppler". After his father dies, Andreas Doppler suffers a breakdown, drops out of society, and goes to live in a tent... Read More

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Unashamed

by Kristine Morris

For LGBTQ Christians, especially those in evangelical churches, the decision to come out can mean being shunned, dismissed from church leadership or service positions, and made to feel eternally excluded from God’s love. Despite these... Read More

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