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Reviews of Books with 238 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 238 pages.

Book Review

If God Is Love, Don't Be a Jerk

by Kristen Rabe

John Pavlovitz’s If God Is Love, Don’t Be a Jerk issues a passionate, timely plea for Christians to return to a faith of love and service. Organized religion has missed the mark, Pavlovitz argues. By implying that white Americans are... Read More

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Rascal on the Run

by Michelle Anne Schingler

"Rascal on the Run" is a drawling Southern legal tale from an impressive new talent. Howard Tate Scott’s Southern crime novel "Rascal on the Run" moves, with charm and swagger, through generations of crime and justice in a North... Read More

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Albie's Struggle

by Karen Rigby

Albie’s Struggle, R. S. Steinberg’s psychological novel about a ten-year-old at Camp Bear Lake, explores alienation and the fallout of casual cruelties. In the book’s enigmatic opening, Albie hides from his counselors. Hints at... Read More

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P.U.S.H.

by Edith Wairimu

In the heartfelt novel "P.U.S.H.", a Christian woman recovers from injury, loss, and the failure of her business, exemplifying resilience and faith. Based on a true story, Sahara Stafford’s encouraging Christian novel about recovery,... Read More

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Life

by Jeremiah Rood

"Life"’s idealism about growing and aging is meaningfully tempered as it considers the realities of racism. Floyd L. Griffin Jr.’s engaging social science book "Life" considers the impact of race in America through the lens of human... Read More

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