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Reviews of Books with 190 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 190 pages.

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by Benjamin Welton

Populism has become one of the defining political movements of the twenty-first century, and Carlos de la Torre’s Populisms: A Quick Immersion works to demystify it. Taking on, and taking down, some of the biggest misconceptions about... Read More

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Safe Haven of Jesus

by Jeremiah Rood

Safe Haven is a challenging inspirational book that imparts some exciting ideas. Steve Turnwald’s unconventional faith development book "Safe Haven of Jesus" has a strong mystical edge. Safe Haven is an organized compilation of three... Read More

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The Pope and the Prostitute

by Brittney Decker

A moving historical novel, "The Pope and the Prostitute" ably captures postwar childhood concerns through its engaging scenes. Susan Fries and Anthony Tullo’s emotional novel "The Pope and the Prostitute" follows two extraordinary... Read More

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Further Travels in My Eighties

by Melissa Wuske

Further Travels in my Eighties is an octogenarian’s documentation of seeing the world, sure to be both a treat and a challenge to travelers young and old. "Further Travels in My Eighties" by Dermot Hope-Simpson captures trips to some... Read More

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by Karl Helicher

In this incisive work, a veteran newsman explores modern media and why we have become so vulnerable to “alternative facts.” "Overload" is news veteran Bob Schieffer’s insightful take on modern journalism, presented with the able... Read More

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