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Reviews of Books with 189 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 189 pages.

Book Review

Darling Girl

by Angela Woltman

"Darling Girl" is an often engrossing and heartbreaking story of neglect. Terry H. Watkins’s novel "Darling Girl" follows a girl through her dysfunctional childhood and toward escape. The novel opens when DG is five. Her mother has a... Read More

Book Review

Their Name Is Today

by Lynn Evarts

Arnold’s respect for the needs of children is evident on every page, and his perspective gives those who work with children a renewed sense of purpose. In Johann Christoph Arnold’s slim volume, Their Name Is Today: Reclaiming... Read More

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The Parchman Preacher

by Diane Gardner

Twists, turns, and suspense make a preacher’s murder mystery chilling. Michael Thompson offers a tantalizing murder mystery filled with chilling explorations of hypocrisy, true faith, and small-town secrets. The Christian faith colors... Read More

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Reveal

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Author’s distinct, engaging voice unveils the process of returning to herself after systemic alienation from the divine. Harvard-trained theologian Meggan Watterson’s debut is an intriguing spiritual manifesto, with elements of... Read More

Book Review

Wingnut

by Angela Leeper

Loosely based on Lindsay Baker’s own childhood in Christchurch, New Zealand, in the early 1960s, this lighthearted, debut chapter book features an unnamed, typical ten-year-old boy who narrates the story and enjoys playing pranks on... Read More

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