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12 Interesting Books Under 100 Pages You Can Read In One Sitting

If you’re anything like me, you don’t have hours and hours to invest into reading. That’s why I love to sit down and read my way through a short, but entertaining and informative book. We gathered together 12 interesting books that are under 100 pages that you can sit down and read in one sitting.

#1 He Made Me Brave by Pam Ogden

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This is not a fairy tale—but it does have suspense, humor, a quest, and a happy ending. When Jason and Pam Ogden decided to adopt a baby, they had no idea that their adoption process would stretch over a period of two years, and that their baby would be a toddler by the time they were able to bring him home. Taken straight from Pam’s personal travel journal, He Made Me Brave chronicles the long-awaited emotional trip she and her husband took to South Korea to meet their new son.

He Made Me Brave is the touching memoir of a mother defying fear to be united with the little boy she had been dreaming of for two years, and an account of hope fulfilled.

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Contributors: Megan Poling from Lucid Books

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#2 Keeping Tally by Christy Duncan

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Wrought with bitterness, consumed with lies, I was a walking, breathing, miserable Christian. I knew sin had to be present, but I struggled to locate the source. I could have been put in the grave at that point and folks would have gone on about how much I loved and served the Lord.

This is a book about recognizing common lies that so often entangle us. Together, let us suit up, pick up the sword, and reclaim the hope in Jesus. He died to set the captives free, and it’s time to live as free men and women.

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Contributors: Megan Poling from Lucid Books

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#3 Just Stop by Heather D. Nelson

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Do you ever really pay attention to some of the casual phrases people throw around? Have you ever had someone toss a platitude your way during times of stress or chaos and thought to yourself 'this is not helping me'? Then THIS is the book for you!  Just Stop: 10 Things Everyone Should Stop Saying is a collection of short essays about some of the most commonly used colloquialisms in today's society. I discuss why flippant delivery can quickly become an errant receipt. I teach how to avoid these common communication pitfalls and how to improve your capacity for human connection thus becoming a more compassionate person.

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Contributors: Heather Nelson from HeatherNelson

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#4 Secure by Susannah Baker

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This prayer guide is the result of years of personal study on prayer in the life of Susannah Baker and in the lives of women she disciples. Through the use of the acronym PRAY, she provides clear, simple, yet effective tools to use in Praising, Repenting, Asking, and Yielding in prayer on a daily basis.

Each section guides you through how to personalize your prayers to give expression to the struggles and deep, personal desires of your heart so that no matter your circumstances, there is space to walk freely and securely with a good father who dearly loves His children.

Audio and video downloads are also available.

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Contributors: Megan Poling from Lucid Books

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#5 Before the Vultures Wake by W. R. Ponder

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In this book, you will explore the lives of six Donn Angelos natives as they experience the wonder and terror that lie in wait behind every closed door and within every open casket. A writer who finds an inspiration that won’t let go; a mother colliding with herself as she frantically searches for her son; an elderly man who discovers he has power over the past by entering memories long forgotten; a child whose inventiveness warps an obscured image into a viable threat; a teacher whose mental affair with her student sizzles out of control; a priest who must encourage others to trust in God while wrestling with his own doubts.

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Contributors: Megan Poling from Lucid Books

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#6 In My Head by Peggie Sinders

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When American troops were ordered back to the US in 1973, the South Vietnamese bravely fought two more years against the North Vietcong, only to lose the war after running out of supplies in 1975. The North Vietcong immediately captured the South Vietnamese military and condemned them to communist prison camps. The higher in rank, the longer they stayed to live a life of starvation, sickness, and death.

In My Head tells how one man, Thanh Chau, a Major in the Air Force, endured 10 years in prison camps. Over the years, Thanh would move 14 times to various camps (including the jungles of North Vietnam) and be given a change of clothing only four times. Though he would help build huts and plant vegetable gardens, he would not be allowed to eat more than meager rations.

He would also see firsthand the horrific deaths of prisoners at the hands of the Vietcong. Since prisoners were not allowed to talk to each other, Thanh would be forced to keep his thoughts to himself throughout those years. Now, this book allows him the chance to reveal what was in his head throughout the toughest time of his life.

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Contributors: Megan Poling from Lucid Books

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#7 The Art of War by Sun Tzu

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This classic novel is over 2,500 years old, but its advice remains as true today as it did the day it was written. Originally written as a battlefield strategy guide that has long been required reading of military officers everywhere, “The Art of War” is an insightful tome whose battlefield insights have been skillfully co-opted by legions of leaders in the business world and beyond. The book is remarkably impactful for being a mere 68 pages long, with dozens of pieces of interesting advice on the tactics and strategies needed to defeat your enemies (or in the business world, competitors) that translate just as well in the boardroom as they do on the battlefield. A true literary treasure!

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Contributors: David Ambrogio from Marion Cage

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#8 If You’re Not Yet Like MeYet by Edan Lepucki

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This wonderful little novella is about a relationship is far from being just another romcom. Short and bittersweet, If You’re Not Yet Like Me is gracefully written, comedic, and complex. It’s a sneaky, deft book that will leave you wanting to read it again and again—and at less than 60 pages, you can!

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Contributors: Lauren Walter from Hair Loft Studio

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#9 The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka

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“The Metamorphosis” isn’t just one of the best books under 100 pages, it’s one of the best books, period. It’s a great little novel that serves as an excellent introduction to Kafka for anyone unfamiliar with his work. The book details the transformation of the main character from a man into an insect, in uniquely Kafkaesque fashion. The book proceeds to delve into his adaptation to his new life, although it never precisely explains why this happened. For a short introduction to Kafka, it’s a great choice.

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Contributors: David Ambrogio from Tower Books

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#10 The Gift of the Magi by O. Henry

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This is a timeless Christmas story with shows love is the greatest gift of all. Both the husband and wife sell something near and dear to their hearts just to buy each other Christmas gifts. It was a heart-warming beautiful and true to the heart love story that would give any romantic a new book to add to their bookshelf.

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Contributors: Sherell Cummings-Jones from SherellCummingsJones

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#11 Be EmPOWERed by Rasheda Kamaria Williams

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It's a guidebook of sorts written for and inspired by girls to help them live above issues from cyberbullying to societal pressure.

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Contributors: Rasheda Kamaria Williams from Empowered Flower Girl

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#12 Win No Matter What by Nihar Suthar

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It is a book that is only 77 pages long and dives into what truly makes humans happy. It is a really motivating read as well.

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Contributors: Nihar Suthar from Inspirational Storyteller

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