Book Reviews

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The Minimalist Game came to a close for me a little early. Travelling out of town for my grandmother, Carolyn‘s funeral broke my streak. And that’s ok. It was a really healing weekend (traveled the Outer Road), and I’m ok with as far as I got! My study got cleared out and that’s the truly

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Hi! Welcome to my review for the book, Full Disclosure by Dee Henderson Amazon Categories: #66 in Books > Christian Books & Bibles > Literature & Fiction > Mystery #93 in Books > Literature & Fiction > Genre Fiction > Religious & Inspirational > Mystery No disclaimer needed as I purchased this book outright. I

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7: An Experimental Mutiny Against Excess by Jen Hatmaker The basic summary of this book is that Jen (with the support of family and friends) decided to spend 7 months (with a few small breaks) fasting in 7 categories: Food – Select 7 foods to eat Clothes – Select 7 items of clothing to wear

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That Certain Spark by Cathy Marie Hake In the Christian Historical Fiction category, this book receives a 3 out of 5 stars. It wasn’t bad, just didn’t wow me. Honestly, it has been several months since I read this book, so it’s not particularly fresh in my mind. Standard Christian Romance storyline. Stoic man, outspoken/independent

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The Mailbox: A Novel, by Marybeth Whalen (Just so ya know up front, this book was provided to me, for review, by The B&B Media Group. Also, I worked with Marybeth during my stint as an admin and writer for FaithLifts.) In the Christian Fiction category, this book receives a 4 out of 5 stars.

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Nightmare by Robin Parrish (Just so ya know up front, this book was provided to me, for review, by the Christian Fiction Blog Alliance.) In the Christian Fiction category, this book receives a 4 out of 5 stars. Click here for more details on what my scores and ratings mean. My Review Snackable? Not really,

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Indivisible: A Novel by Kristen Heitzmann Just so ya know up front, this book was provided to me, for review, by the WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group. As this is the first review since my hiatus from all things bloggy, my scoring is getting recrafted. I think I’m going to start giving a 1-5 scale for

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[This has been sitting in my drafts since June, ’09. Don’t know how that happened…!] The Shack, by W. Paul Young How I came to read this book: I had heard a lot about it from various sources in the Christian community. Saw a book that was written to counter it, and another to explain

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Edge of Recall, by Kristen Heitzmann How I came to read this book: CFBA I apologize for the brevity of this report. I am in the middle of many things, and am actually lucky to be posting this at all! Score Summary Content: 10 Writing Style: 10 Re-readability: 8 Busy Mommy Scale: 8 Content Kristen

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Love Starts With Elle, by Rachel Hauck How I came to read this book: Another wonderful CFBA book. This one barely made it. I didn’t receive it until a couple days ago and read it in just two days! (No, it’s not a particularly short book, I just hate posting announcements rather than reviews on