The theme of this book, I think, is: Trust God and others with who you really are.
This is not your ordinary Christian Living book. I was recommended this book by several different people and some of them hadn’t even read it through. As I said the theme is trust. We find ourselves at a crossroads in our lives where we have to decide whether or not to please God or to trust Him. Continue reading “TrueFaced By Bill Thrall, Bruce McNicol, John Lynch”
Alex Hawke is the warlord. The beginning of the story finds our hero drowning his misery in just about anything he can get his hands on surrounded by the beauty of the Caribbean. He doesn’t care where he is, just that he is numb. We find out he is titled so therefore his correct name is Lord Hawke and he has served Her Majesty the Queen his entire adult life. Continue reading “Warlord By Ted Bell”
I know this is the version by the worshipped Tim Burton with his wife/live-in, the amazing Helene Bonham Carter but I didn’t really like it. First of all it is really quite dark – I know what you’re thinking – it is Burton and of course Danny Elfman providing the soundtrack, but this is the beloved children’s tale by Lewis Carroll! Continue reading “Alice in Wonderland”
This is a movie I have wanted to see for ages and I finally got my hands on it. To say I was disappointed would be an understatement. I love the use of the same actors from ‘Bend It Like Beckham’ and ‘Bride and Prejudice’ but the story was really so weak. Continue reading “Mistress of Spices”