Category Archives: Book Reviews

Thoughts on books that made an impression on me.

Susanna Wesley: The Mother of John and Charles Wesley

This biography by Arnold A. Dallimore is a succinct overview of a strong, gifted, intelligent, yet under appreciated woman. Dallimore uses extensive research of letters and other books to reveal a woman who suffered a lifetime of tragedy and disappointment. … Continue reading

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A Bit of Summer Reading

One of my goals for this is year is to read 15 books and write reviews of them.  Here are two of my more recent reads: Cleaning House: A Mom’s 12-Month Experiment to Rid Her Home of Youth Entitlement by … Continue reading

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We are entering an age of passion and apathy. Both seek to destroy the essence of humanity: our being created in the image of God. On the one hand we have the jihadists who seek to avenge the degradation of … Continue reading

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Summer School: Book Review

I am 8 weeks into summer school which means that it is drawing to a close. I am exhausted, but I know that I have matured through this intense course. I am looking forward to being able to look back … Continue reading

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Lord Foulgrin’s Letters

“Jordan never realized that all the time he’d been hunting happiness, someone had been hunting him” (Alcorn 13).  And so it is with all of us. We spiritualize and demonize to our convenience, but rarely do we stop and ponder … Continue reading

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Speak a Little Louder, Please!

As you all know from previous posts, I am passionate about defending unborn lives. I seize every opportunity to speak up for them and I applaude others who do the same.  Over my spring break I enjoyed reading Atonement Child … Continue reading

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“And May the Odds Be Ever in Your Favor”

I realize that there are many angles from which to critique this book series (and movie), and here is mine: Miss T’s Review of The Hunger Games I use a three-point system to evaluate the stories I read. The first … Continue reading

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