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2018-03-22 22:02
This is a nice little story that explains simply that God is the creator and one of his creations is light. Some of it reads more like a tongue twister, but children will enjoy the lighthear… Read More
Lullaby Road By James Anderson
2018-03-03 22:10
While this book is a bit of a rambler, the interesting characters made this book an interesting read. A bit quirky, but definitely unique characters you would expect to meet in a hideaway… Read More
The Last Christians By Andreas Knapp
2018-02-01 19:58
Andreas Knapp, a German priest, traveled to Iraq to accompany a friend to his father’s funeral. He brought back the stories of the suffering of Christians and Muslims under IS (ISIS)… Read More
Life After Heaven By Steven R. Musick
2017-07-03 18:48
This is a well-written book and a fast read. It is 187 pages, double spaced. It is uplifting and encouraging to those living with and overcoming a debilitating illness. I had high expecta… Read More
2017-06-03 18:24
Long Black Veil started out more in the horror genre, but moved quickly to a mystery. While there are a lot of twists it was quite a let-down after the tense beginning. The story revolves ar… Read More
I Am No One By Patrick Flanery
2017-05-03 16:09
This is a very wordy book that goes off on long rambling thoughts that lead to nowhere between small bits of storytelling. This could probably have been a good novella or short story, but th… Read More
2017-03-28 15:52
After suffering from reflux for many years and going through pills that rarely made me feel better, I was hopeful that The Acid Watcher Died would have a solution. It is a very informative b… Read More
2017-01-17 23:58
After watching 4 seasons of Wallander on Netflix, I was left wanting more. I decided to pick up a couple of Kurt Wallander mystery books by Swedish author Henning Mankell that have been tran… Read More
2016-12-29 23:35
This is a book of photographs taken by Art Wolfe  from 1983 to 2015 all around the world. Each photograph has a camera/film/exposure guide, an explanation of the shot, the nature… Read More
SkinnyTaste Fast And Slow By Gina Homolka
2016-11-23 23:13
I had not heard of SkinnyTaste before but understand now that the author has a website with really good recipes. This cookbook, Skinnytaste Fast and Slow, ha… Read More
Charlie The Tramp By Russell Hoban
2016-10-31 12:06
Charlie the Tramp, a classic by Author Russell Hoben is back in print in a 50th Anniversary edition.  This is a sweet story about Charlie the Beaver who wants to be a tramp when he grow… Read More
Rocket-Bye By Carole P. Roman
2016-05-12 21:51
Rocket-Bye is a pleasant and imaginative travel through space with a bedtime poem.  As they fly, constellations are named. The watercolor illustrations are soft and appropriate for the… Read More
2016-04-07 12:21
The book started out very good and I thought that it might be her best yet, but it didn’t last long. Unfortunately, once again the author’s politics is displayed in an odd way. T… Read More
2016-03-07 16:52
Jamie Piper is a twelve-year-old foster child that has an unusual ability to sense evil.  She turns to Crockett for help but things spiral out of control.The beginning of the book was i… Read More
2016-02-20 14:12
From the back cover: “Since 9/11, more than three hundred Americans—born and raised in Minnesota, Alabama, New Jersey, and elsewhere—have been indicted or convicted of terr… Read More
The History Major By Michael Phillip Cash
2016-02-07 00:05
Amanda wakes up in a fog after a long hard night of partying. Nothing is the way it should be, and she becomes more and more confused as she struggles to determine what is going on. The peop… Read More
Parables By John Macarthur
2016-01-19 22:19
Parables The Mysteries of God’s Kingdom Revealed Through the Stories Jesus Told.John Macarthur’s book, Parables, is an interesting and comprehensive look at the parables of Jesus… Read More
God Gave Us Sleep By Lisa Tawn Bergren
2015-10-13 19:49
 God Gave us Sleep is another in the wonderful God Gave Us.. series by Lisa Tawn Bergren and illustrations by Laura J. Bryant. Youngsters usually don’t like going to bed and Littl… Read More
Goodnight, Ark By Laura Sassi
2015-09-08 21:48
It is bedtime on Noah’s ark and the animals are ready for bed. It is raining outside and the animals run to jump in Noah’s bed. They cause quite a fuss as two by two they flock t… Read More
2015-09-05 14:58
Author SpotlightI would like to spotlight the work of one author that never fails to impress me.  Although I have never counted them, over the past couple of years, I have reviewed quit… Read More
2015-08-19 22:16
This is the type of science fiction that I enjoy. It is set in a time in which I can relate and with people I can understand.  Mike Erickson seems to be an ordinary small town guy, but… Read More
2006-06-07 11:16
For full disclosure, I am a long-time Dean Koontz fan. I enjoy his writing so much that I read this very long book even though I can’t say it was my favorite Koontz book. The story u… Read More
2006-06-07 11:16
The hottest tickets in town are for the opening of the new amusement park, Monsterland. The new park has real vampires, zombies, and werewolves, all properly contained in this massive new pr… Read More
2006-06-07 11:16
Well, I am not sure how I missed out on books 1-20, but yes, this is the 21st in the Doc Ford series. It is definitely a stand alone book, and I never felt I was missing something in the sto… Read More
2006-06-07 11:16
This is a delightful story that follows a little boy as he prepares for bed, saying “Good night” to everyone and everything.  This is a heavy duty board book made sturdy eno… Read More

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