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Reviews of Books with 184 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 184 pages.

Book Review

I See You

by Jeremiah Rood

The real question posed by Terence Lester’s thoughtful, inspirational Christian book "I See You" is whether we are willing to see ourselves in the faces of the poor and forgotten. Lester’s work succeeds both at comforting the... Read More

Book Review

The Art of Baron Yoshimoto

by Peter Dabbene

The varied work of a Japanese manga artist-turned-painter is reproduced in the beautiful full-color book "The Art of Baron Yoshimoto". Yoshimoto’s career in manga began in 1959, and he made a name for himself in that field during the... Read More

Book Review

Trafficking

by Melissa Wuske

"Trafficking" rethinks the common, often ineffective, notions of how to achieve health to bring hope to those in need of relief. Robert Buckingham’s "Trafficking" explores the roots of patterns of damage in the body and compellingly... Read More

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All the Wild Hungers

by Katie Asher

Achingly sad and incredibly beautiful, Karen Babine’s "All the Wild Hungers" is a welcoming invitation to dinner, family, and laughter, evoking a warm, full kitchen and good company. The essays follow Babine through the discovery and... Read More

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Chasing Denali

by Kristine Morris

Is the legend of the four neophyte climbers who, all in one day, summited Denali unharnessed and unroped, inadequately dressed, using primitive equipment and lugging a fourteen-foot-tall, twenty-five-pound tree trunk up treacherous... Read More

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