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Reviews of Books with 181 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 181 pages.

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by Karen Rigby

In Linda Gruenberg’s classic novel Hummer, an isolated twelve-year-old blossoms because of her friendship with a neighbor and his Arabian mare, Fox. Henrietta—nicknamed Hummer because of her humming habit—is the daughter of an... Read More

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Fear Traps

by Jeremiah Rood

"Fear Traps" is an insightful self-help book concerned with how meditation techniques can be used to address trauma. Nancy Stella’s hopeful self-help book "Fear Traps" suggests a mindful approach to trauma and its effects. Advances in... Read More

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The Shoes of Moses

by Leia Menlove

In "The Shoes of Moses", San Diego-based Blaine C. Readler treats readers to a vivid collection of short fiction, in which he takes gleeful pleasure in highlighting the absurdities of humanity’s ideas about religion, God, country and... Read More

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Wind Dancing

A traumatic brain injury is, in some ways, the cruelest of injuries. A survivor may appear recovered, without physical scars or obvious deficits, while the psychological agony of the trauma continues unseen. Because of this abyss between... Read More

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Health Revolution

by Nancy Leake

Millions of people suffer from chronic pain. The overwhelmingly accepted approach is to treat such pain with medication, at least in Western medicine. Dr. Kuny Suzuki believes this is wrong for two key reasons. First, he says, relieving... Read More

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