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Reviews of Books Priced $22.00

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $22.00.

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No Bridges Blown

by Matt Sutherland

The four years of Nazi occupation from 1940 to 1944 surely rank as one of the most painful periods in France’s long history. Beyond the dread of having the Germans roll over the five-million-strong French army in six weeks, taking more... Read More

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God Land

by Melissa Wuske

Lyz Lenz’s "God Land" is a nuanced examination of the political, personal, and religious complexity of middle America. Beginning with Lenz’s own faith-filled dream of a new church (one which ended up dissolving) and the challenge of... Read More

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The Carrying

by Matt Sutherland

The vein of greatness that pulses through the work of Ada Limón is remarkably subtle, in the same way that beauty in a human isn’t a rote assemblage of chiseled noses, high cheekbones, and full lips. Her extraordinary poems act the... Read More

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Invitation to Retreat

by Melissa Wuske

Ruth Haley Barton’s refreshing "Invitation to Retreat" gives guidance to Christians longing for more time with God. Modern life is harried, to say the least. Yet people resist taking advantage of retreats because of misconceptions... Read More

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Inside the World

by Philip J. Kowalski

By turns quirky, touching, amusing, and sad, Inside the World: As Al Lehman is an intellectual achievement that rivals some of the best literary fiction of the last half century. Marvin Cohen’s biography of the fictional Al Lehman,... Read More

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