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Reviews of Books with 178 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 178 pages.

Book Review

Go with Me on This

by Aimee Jodoin

"Go with Me on This" is the romping memoir of a Canadian farm boy who forged an extraordinary career in radio. Troy Schaab’s adventurous memoir "Go with Me on This" is about how the once unlucky radio school graduate became the owner... Read More

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California Fever

by Karen Rigby

"California Fever" is a classic, surfer-set whodunit in which all is revealed and made well. John J. Jacobson’s funny, cozy mystery novel "California Fever" features surf culture and capers as a man gets entangled with oddballs during... Read More

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Insights from Inside

by Joseph S. Pete

The useful guidebook "Insights from Inside" can serve as either an industry primer or a helpful reference for experienced truckers. Retired trucking inspector Alan W. Wintermute’s "Insights from Inside" is a helpful guidebook to... Read More

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Kaya Days

by Eileen Gonzalez

In Carl de Souza’s novel "Kaya Days", a simple errand leads a teenager into a days-long odyssey. Santee leaves her house one afternoon to bring her brother, Ram, home from school, only to be told he is missing. Her search puts her in... Read More

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Two Million Steps

by Delia Stanley

The historical novel "Two Million Steps" is set during the Civil War, and follows a farmer turned soldier as he serves, hoping to save his country. In Tommy Anderson’s historical novel Two Million Steps, a farmer becomes a Civil War... Read More

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Rabbit, Rabbit, Rabbit

by Bianca Bowers

Tragedies compete with triumphs in the spellbinding fantasy novel, "Rabbit, Rabbit, Rabbit". Valerie Dunsmore’s magical, lyrical novel "Rabbit, Rabbit, Rabbit" is about the secrets that bind families together and break them apart.... Read More

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Stealing Liberty

by Aimee Jodoin

"Stealing Liberty" is a funny and dramatic novel whose hero questions what it means to be an adult. In Jack Augenblick’s dark comedy "Stealing Liberty", an unemployed man undertakes an adventure to do a probably illegal favor for a... Read More

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