Monthly Archives: November 2012

Metamorpha: Jesus as a Way of Life By Kyle Strobel

Tweet I read quite a lot of Christian/Biblical literature and many are extremely repetitious and unfortunately quite boring. I understand that publishers demand x amount of pages, which is ridiculous, but still – tell more personable stories, things that engage … Continue reading

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Therapy By Jonathan Kellerman

Tweet I cannot believe I have gone this far in my life and not read a Kellerman novel. I was visiting my mom recently and she had this on her bookshelf. She picks up older novels at places like WH … Continue reading

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How the Irish Saved Civilization: The Untold Story of Ireland’s Heroic Role, By Thomas Cahill

Tweet Mr. Cahill is famous for his Hinges of History series of which this is the first book. I have to say that being English I wanted to find something wrong with this book but I have to concede that … Continue reading

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The Beautiful Mystery By Louise Penny

Tweet This is another Inspector Armand Gamache mystery but the setting is a little different in this book. Gamache and his Sargeant Jean-Guy Beauvoir are called out to a monastery situated literally in the middle of nowhere. A monk has … Continue reading

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The Casual Vacancy By J.K. Rowling

Tweet Having read all the Harry Potter books and really enjoying Ms. Rowling’s writing I was dubious, like many other people, that she could transition to adult fiction. Now I will say that good children’s fiction should be readable for … Continue reading

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