Library Thing Reviews

Old Book Becomes New

Only You, Sierra, written by Robin Jones Gunn and published in 1998, has been released this year as an eBook. The eBook format on my Kindle had a few problems. Chapter headings appeared at the bottom of the page and some words were split in two (“ser vice” for example). The story centers on sixteen […]

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Not the Greatest Gift

The Gift is book two of The Chiveis Trilogy, a futuristic story set in a Europe so changed by war, disease, and time that the few clues about the past contained in the story left me adrift most of the time. I found it more helpful not to map their world to our present age. […]

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The “Little Rascals” Soccer Team

Unless you’ve seen them on YouTube, you probably will have little idea of the connection, but Diego the Tornado, the second book in The Wild Soccer Bunch, reminds me of the antics of The Little Rascals. As in The Little Rascals, The Wild Soccer Bunch’s charm is that they are a bunch of misfits. The […]

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The Walk, A Geography Lesson

Shaun Alexander—an outstanding professional athlete—gave me a geography lesson on the land of Spiritual Maturity. No short cuts can take a person through this territory. It’s a mountainous region and everyone starts at the bottom as an Unbeliever. Walking is the only mode of transportation and Shaun Alexander describes the marks of a citizen of […]

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365 Days to a Prayer-Filled Life

Germaine Copeland wrote a devotional book that is a cut above others. Like many other daily devotional books, Ms. Copeland gives a short thought for the day followed by a prayer. In the three months that I have used 365 Days to a Prayer-Filled Life for my morning devotional time, her writing has blessed me […]

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