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Cloak of the Light - Chuck Black

Exciting Sci Fi with a supernatural twist

by Kathleen Brinkman
April 9, 2014

I love to read Science Fiction and this book seemed to fit the bill. The story of Drew Carter and all his difficulties in life starts out a little depressing at first in this book called The Cloak of Light. But he came off as a very likeable... [Read on]

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Cloak of the Light

by Chuck Black

Through the Deep Waters - Kim Vogel Sawyer

Through The Deep Waters by Kim Vogel Sawyer

by kim tompkins
April 9, 2014

Through the Deep Waters is the story of Dinah, a women born to a prostitute. Dinah has never felt or had love from her mother and her dream is to leave the brothel and not follow in her Mother's steps. She escapes the brothel and hires on at a... [Read on]

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Through the Deep Waters

by Kim Vogel Sawyer

A Stillness of Chimes - Meg Moseley

A Stillness of Chimes by Meg Moseley

by Megan Taylor
April 8, 2014

I am new to Meg Moseley but I was intrigued by the book because of the cover. I'm not certain why I was drawn to it so much, but it kept standing out to me, so I went with it. Most books are predictable in the sense that you kind of have an idea... [Read on]

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A Stillness of Chimes

by Meg Moseley

Girl at the End of the World - Elizabeth Esther

Girl at the End of the World

by Amanda Holmes
April 8, 2014

In Girl at the End of the World, blogger Elizabeth Esther opens up about growing up in the cult like group called The Assembly. Raised in the tight knit group, brainwashed from an early age, Elizabeth feels there has to be more to faith and life... [Read on]

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Girl at the End of the World

by Elizabeth Esther

When We Were on Fire - Addie Zierman

Eloquent but Sad

by Susan Irwin
April 6, 2014

Author Addie Zierman is a gifted writer and tells a compelling story of her life growing up in the evangelical church and how it affected her. But I was saddened as I read her account. She calls herself a "recovering Jesus Freak", which I found... [Read on]

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When We Were on Fire

by Addie Zierman

Through the Deep Waters - Kim Vogel Sawyer

Great Story Line

by Michelle Marble
April 5, 2014

I picked this book because I like to read about characters who struggle and find hope because it is reality. Books take me out of my own reality but I do enjoy books that speak truth and this book is set in the truth of prostitution and the hard... [Read on]

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Through the Deep Waters

by Kim Vogel Sawyer

The Governess of Highland Hall - Carrie Turansky

The Governess of Highland Hall by Carrie Turansky

by E.A. West
April 4, 2014

Julia Foster has spent the last twelve years in India, working with her missionary parents. Due to her father’s illness, she and her family have returned to England. Now Julia must work to support her parents. She becomes the governess at... [Read on]

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The Governess of Highland Hall

by Carrie Turansky

Girl at the End of the World - Elizabeth Esther

Girl at the End of the World, by Elizabeth Esther

by Christie Hagerman
April 4, 2014

I plowed through this book in record time. The author's free-flowing, conversational style makes reading her story feel like she's my best friend sharing about her past at a pajama party while I hug my pillow. Except I didn't feel like sleeping... [Read on]

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Girl at the End of the World

by Elizabeth Esther

A Broken Kind of Beautiful - Katie Ganshert

Wow. Just Wow.

by Julia Gibson
April 4, 2014

Kate has done it again. While I was a little skeptical at first because this seemed outside of her normal subject-matter... she steps outside enters the world of high fashion. She knocked this one out of the park... again. I fell in love with... [Read on]

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A Broken Kind of Beautiful

by Katie Ganshert

A Stillness of Chimes - Meg Moseley

Book Review: "A Stillness of Chimes" by Meg Moseley

by Courtney Clark
April 3, 2014

My most recent read was A Stillness of Chimes by Meg Moseley. It’s an alluring contemporary drama with elements of mystery and romance. One my favorite things about it was its subtle “Southern charm”. Growing up in a small Ozarks town myself, I... [Read on]

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A Stillness of Chimes

by Meg Moseley

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