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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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by Mya Alexice

Lena Mahmoud constructs a subversive story about love and marriage in her novel "Amreekiya", a feminist Palestinian project that follows its headstrong lead, Isra, through struggle and loss. This is a tense examination of what a marriage... Read More

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by Susan Waggoner

Laura Bernstein-Machlay is a native of Detroit who, after decades away, returned to her home to find it hovering on the brink of massive change. The city, past and present, is the backdrop for her essays. Most of the essays are personal... Read More

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The Third Swimmer

by Thomas H. Brennan

"The Third Swimmer" is an engaging novel and a welcome addition to the literature of understanding the destruction of war. Rosalind Brackenbury’s "The Third Swimmer" is an intricate, well-crafted gem of a tale. The first part finds two... Read More

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Last Call

by Melissa Wuske

Herships shows a positive, innovative, and just a little bit rebellious path back to faith and community for those who have been disillusioned. Last Call: From Serving Drinks to Serving Jesus, by Jerry Herships, is a memoir of faith and... Read More

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