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The Fantasy Fallacy

The Fantasy Fallacy

On 11/4 Christy Mc wrote: While reading "The Fantasy Fallacy" by Shannon Ethridge, I felt inside myself a complex mixture of emotions stirring. Among them was skepticism, interest and a certain uneasiness or anxiety on how I was going to be able to write a review about a book I could not articulate my feelings on. Ethridge's ... "The Fantasy Fallacy" by Shannon Ethridge

Christy Mc's Rating:

5 Stars

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The Reason

The Reason

On 10/21 Christy Mc wrote: "The Reason" is found in the "Christian fiction" section of your local bookstore and I think it fits accurately in that category. William Sirls entwines the lives of several characters from a church and hospital to weave a story that hopes to inspire interdependence, faith and give enlightenment ... "The Reason" by William Sirls

Christy Mc's Rating:

2 Stars

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Cruel Harvest

Cruel Harvest

On 10/3 Christy Mc wrote: A constant victim of verbal, physical and sexual abuse and forced into endless child labor, Fran Grubb recounts her version of "childhood" as she witnessed her family unravel to its undoing and followed her path to freedom. Grubb transports her readers to the threateningly dark depths of her abusive ... "Cruel Harvest": A Memoir by Fran Elizabeth Grubb

Christy Mc's Rating:

4 Stars

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Running for My Life

Running for My Life

On 9/22 Christy Mc wrote: “Running For My Life” is Lopez “Lopepe” Lomong’s inspirational account (with a little help from Mark Tabb) on how a 6 year old boy attending church in Kimotong, a remote South Sudanese village torn by civil war, managed the opportunities it would take to become a professional runner representing ... "Running For My Life" by Lopez "Lopepe" Lomong

Christy Mc's Rating:

4 Stars

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Uncle Sam's Plantation

Uncle Sam's Plantation

On 9/6 Christy Mc wrote: Star Parker paints a picture of America for her readers. One in which government aid fuels the lazy and uneducated. She shakes her head at social programs and laughs at common "misconceptions" the poor have about how financial government aid assists them and asserts they're really being suppressed. Personally, ... "Uncle Sam's Plantation" by Star Parker

Christy Mc's Rating:

1 Stars

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Lee (The Generals)

Lee (The Generals)

On 8/24 Christy Mc wrote: Robert E. Lee was destined for his later role of consistent leadership from a very young age when his respected father, "Light Horse Harry", absolved himself of all responsibility and left his family of six children and and aging wife and headed to the West Indies. Caring for his mother and younger siblings, ... "Lee: A Life of Virtue (The Generals)" by John Perry

Christy Mc's Rating:

3 Stars

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The Portable Patriot

The Portable Patriot

On 7/22 Christy Mc wrote: The United States of America is rich with a past that translates to a painful, but more importantly -- a proud history. "The Portable Patriot" tells America's story through a compilation of American records and documents. It includes first documents such as The Mayflower Compact to famous speeches like ... "The Portable Patriot" (edited) by Joel J. Miller & Kristen Parrish

Christy Mc's Rating:

3 Stars

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Mind Your Own Mortgage

Mind Your Own Mortgage

On 5/21 Christy Mc wrote: Find yourself a house, obtain a mortgage and then refinance to reduce your monthly payments. Robert Bernabé dissects this process most of us usually adhere to when hunting for a suitable mortgage. Instead, Bernabé suggests a completely different avenue to approach the mortgage industry from while explaining ... "Mind Your Own Mortgage" by Robert J. Bernabé

Christy Mc's Rating:

5 Stars

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