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Surprised by Oxford

Surprised by Oxford

On 9/30 Heather Clabaugh wrote: Carolyn went to Oxford as an intellectual hoping in pursuit of building her knowledge of literature even more. What she found, however, was that intellect alone does not answer the deep questions of life that those in literature write about. She was drawn towards reading the greatest Book ever written. ... Surprised by Oxford by Carolyn Weber

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5 Stars

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The Realms Thereunder

The Realms Thereunder

On 9/6 Heather Clabaugh wrote: I think the difficulty in writing fantasy novels comes in finding the right balance so that it remains a real possibility and not too far out there. In this story, Freda and Daniel find a passageway into a mythical land where they are burdened with the task of saving the world. This, by no surprise, ... The Realms Thereunder by Ross Lawhead

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5 Stars

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Thunder Dog

Thunder Dog

On 8/2 Heather Clabaugh wrote: Larry King writes in the introduction, "Settle in, for you are about to read a page turner." I completely agree. Ten years after the event, this book takes us back to the disaster of 9-11 by sharing a great story of escape, courage and teamwork. Michael has been blind from birth and works on the 78th ... Thunder Dog by Michael Hingson with Susy Flory

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5 Stars

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The Quotable Rogue

The Quotable Rogue

On 7/7 Heather Clabaugh wrote: his is a compilation of quotes from Sarah Palin. That's it. No commentary, just words directly from her mouth. The book is organized well; quotes are separated based on topics from family to politics; from SNL to Obama, and everything in between. It is pretty much what you would expect a book of quotes ... The Quotable Rogue: The Ideals of Sarah Palin in Her Own Words edited by Matt Lewis

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4 Stars

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Nick of Time

Nick of Time

On 5/4 Heather Clabaugh wrote: A forensic entomologist is all science. He thinks logically and rationally and is totally engrossed in his career. With his wedding only a few days away, he takes off to solve a murder case involving an old friend. As the questions grow, it becomes less likely that he will make it back to his wedding ... Nick of Time by Tim Downs

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5 Stars

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The Final Summit

The Final Summit

On 4/11 Heather Clabaugh wrote: Great historical figures, and one ordinary man, convene to answer one question: "What does humanity need to do, individually and collectively, to restore itself to the pathway toward successful civilization?" Each of these characters has met with Gabriel, the archangel, at some point in their life and ... The Final Summit by Andy Andrews

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1 Stars

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What's He Really Thinking?

What's He Really Thinking?

On 1/31 Heather Clabaugh wrote: Paula Rinehart aims to help women understand how to relate to men. She breaks the book into 2 categories: "Understanding the man you love" and "Loving the man you understand." She discussed what men do, how they change, the respect they need and conflict. The goal was for women to become a "relational ... What's He Really Thinking? by Paula Rinehart

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1 Stars

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Then Sings My Soul Special Edition

Then Sings My Soul Special Edition

On 1/6 Heather Clabaugh wrote: This book is a compilation of different hymns, each with a short history of the song. This edition includes "150 Christmas, Easter, and All-Time Favorite Hymn Stories." It also include famous patriotic songs. Although this series of books has been around for years, this is the first one I have read.It ... Then Sings My Soul: Special Edition by Robert Morgan

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4 Stars

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Lee (The Generals)

Lee (The Generals)

On 10/12 Heather Clabaugh wrote: I really like history, and especially Civil War history, though I have read very few books on the subject. I was very excited to receive this biography of General Robert E. Lee. The book takes you through the entire life of General Lee, where I learned about his family, his career, and his personality. ... Lee: A Life of Virtue by John Perry

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4 Stars

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The Jesus You Can't Ignore

The Jesus You Can't Ignore

On 8/16 Heather Clabaugh wrote: [I received this book free from Thomas Nelson Publishers as part of their BookSneeze.com book reivew bloggers program.]MacArthur takes us through the four gospels, particularly looking at Jesus's interactions with the Pharisees. In a day when the "Christian" world is intent on not defining truth or taking ... Book Review: The Jesus You Can't Ignore

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5 Stars

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