Category Archives: Books

The Narnia Code

I suppose it is time to stop mulling over this book and write something of a review. I’ve been prolonging it because, quite frankly, I didn’t want to confuse my response to the content and style with any feelings I … Continue reading

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Book Review: Finding Your Roots

One of the blessings of my journal-making habit is that it forces me into St. Vincent de Paul’s to look for books I can recycle. I am often amazed at the books others throw away, and how such treasures can … Continue reading

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Book Review: Venom and Song by Batson & Hopper

Venom and Song by Wayne Thomas Batson & Christopher Hopper Being the second book in The Berinfell Prophecies, Venom and Song is the continuing adventure of seven teenagers who are thrust into the warring world of Allyra. These young Elf … Continue reading

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Book Review: Plan B by Pete Wilson

Plan B by Pete Wilson What do you do when life falls apart? When your deepest desires are unfulfilled or your heart is buried in despair, what can you do? What can you say? When your life plans crumble before … Continue reading

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Remaking

Do you have those moments when some life situation allows you to suddenly and clearly understand some other matter you’ve been struggling with? I do. The moment came last night as I was carefully taking apart a book. Every one … Continue reading

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Book Review: Jane Austen by Peter Leithart

Jane Austen by Dr. Peter Leithart ‘Janeia’ is sweeping our culture. From true-to-text major motion pictures of her novels, to an overly creative movie about Becoming Jane, to the rewriting of her works in modern genres (Pride and Prejudice and … Continue reading

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Book Review: Saint Patrick

Saint Patrick by Jonathan Rogers Perhaps no man has had more legend surrounding his life than Saint Patrick. In Jonathan Rogers’ book, Saint Patrick, part of the Christian Encounters series by Thomas Nelson Publishers, we learn the history behind the … Continue reading

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