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Reviews of Books with 198 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 198 pages.

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by Katerie Prior

"How." is a powerful guidebook for bringing ideas to life in challenging times. With the knowledge that everyone has ideas, but most struggle to bring them to life, R. Geoffrey Blackburn’s engaging, motivational self-improvement book... Read More

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Saint Paul Was Not Virgin Born

by Jeremiah Rood

Saint Paul was Not Virgin Born is compelling as it argues for putting Jesus back at the center of Christian life. Military chaplain Ronald Lee Cobb’s Saint Paul was Not Virgin Born is a theological argument for placing less emphasis on... Read More

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The Rescue of Demistrath

by Aimee Jodoin

"The Rescue of Demistrath" is an exciting fantasy novel that’s set in an expansive world where underdogs defend what’s right. In Rose Stauffer’s magical fairy tale "The Rescue of Demistrath", a young woman transforms from a... Read More

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by Michelle Anne Schingler

The daily realities of war-torn Sudan are recorded in the detail-heavy novel "Nyasala". Hugo Jackson’s novel "Nyasala" focuses on the struggles and persistence of a few exemplary individuals within Sudan’s complicated war zones. As... Read More

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50 Miles

by Claire Foster

“I am always writing as an alcoholic,” Sheryl St. Germain says in the introduction to her brave, moving memoir in twenty-nine movements, "50 Miles". Its pieces range from lyrical essays to prose poems and fragmented... Read More

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