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Reviews of Books with 178 Pages

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

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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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The Art of Poet Philosopher

by Samantha Ann Ehle

Its style singular, the exuberant collection "The Art of Poet Philosopher" concerns righteousness, and its expressions captivate the senses. Concerned with virtuosity, Cortez Brasean’s semiautobiographical collection "The Art of Poet... Read More

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La Leona

by Karen Rigby

In James Gallant’s erudite short story collection, "La Leona", musicians witness European history from the sidelines. These intricate stories traverse medieval Spain, Elizabethan Denmark, and revolutionary France. In “Isaac Albéniz... Read More

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Songs from a Voice

by Aimee Jodoin

Based on the early life of Bob Dylan, Baron Wormser’s "Songs from a Voice" is a meditation on the nature of poetry and identity in the evolving culture of America’s mid-twentieth century. Abe grows up in lower middle class Jewish... Read More

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On Cold Iron

by Rachel Jagareski

"On Cold Iron" is an outstanding historical and technical study of an avoidable human tragedy. "On Cold Iron", Dan Levert’s history and critique of the 1907 collapse of the Quebec Bridge, starts with an extended account of the Ritual... Read More

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