Many Sparrows

Review of MANY SPARROWS by Lori Benton

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I was so honored to read this book for endorsement in its early stages. Besides the fact that Lori is a long-time friend and amazing author, I was excited because it would be the first book of hers that I’d read since endorsing her debut, Burning Sky, back in 2013. That one won the Christy Award—one of the highest awards …

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Review of THE LONG JOURNEY TO JAKE PALMER by James L. Rubart

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Book Description: What if there was a place where everything wrong in your life could be fixed? Corporate trainer Jake Palmer coaches people to see deeper into themselves—yet he barely knows himself anymore. Recently divorced and weary of the business life, Jake reluctantly agrees to a lake-house vacation with friends, hoping to escape for ten days. When he arrives, Jake …

Bread of Angels

Review of BREAD OF ANGELS by Tessa Afshar

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Book Description  Purple. The foundation of an influential trade in a Roman world dominated by men. One woman rises up to take the reins of success in an incredible journey of courage, grit, and friendship. And along the way, she changes the world. But before she was Lydia, the seller of purple, she was simply a merchant’s daughter who loved …

EVE by Wm. Paul Young

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Book Description From the back cover: Eve is a bold, unprecedented exploration of the Creation narrative, true to the original texts and centuries of scholarship—yet with breathtaking discoveries that challenge traditional beliefs about who we are and how we’re made. Eve opens a refreshing conversation about the equality of men and women within the context of our beginnings, helping us see each other …


Review of ISCARIOT by Tosca Lee

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Not a Novel for the Faint of Heart One of my favorite reads of 2014, Iscariot is real and raw and disturbing…like Judas himself. By introducing us to Judas Bar Simon (Judas, son of Simon) as a mere child, Tosca makes the hated betrayer a sympathetic figure. And the truth is…Judas was once a child. Consider it. Dwell on it. A …