Reviews by Autumn Blues Reviews
On 10/7 Autumn Blues Reviews wrote: Deni Branning and her father Doug had just landed back in their hometown of Birmingham, Alabama when life as they knew it would change forever. Just after arriving, the power went out, but not just the power, everything mechanical was no longer operating. How far did this phenomena reach? Was this just ... Last Light: A Restoration Novel by Terri Blackstock Review
On 2/5 Autumn Blues Reviews wrote: In Heaven’s Lessons the author Sjogren shares his experiences, struggles and the emotional changes that came about after his NDE experience. Sjogren brings forth insight for the reader to absorb and mull over in regards to the questions he faced. In this book Sjogren is open and sincere and engaging with the... Stimulating, clear, concise, easy to read, and overall interesting.
On 1/16 Autumn Blues Reviews wrote: This short story was way to long for me. In all I could relate to Lillie Hopkins and truly felt compassion for what happened to her. I truly felt for when she speaks about her depression and her loss. Everyone has their own crosses to bare. Isn't that the main reason why we are on this earth? However ... A disappointing read. Not what I expected.
On 11/13 Autumn Blues Reviews wrote: Miraculous is an arrangement of facts and events of miracles. Divided into two separate parts it begins with the bible and Miracles of the Ancient World. The second part of the book called Miracles In the Lives of God's People left me confused and I soon lost interest. In the end I was left wondering ... Miraculous: A Fascinating History of Signs Wonder and Miracles Review
On 6/11 Autumn Blues Reviews wrote: In Empty Promises Pastor Wilson gives his take on how and why many of us go around feeling empty and lost while seeking ways to fill that void through approval from others, money, religion, goals, idols and so much more. One important point Wilson does make is that religion lets people down by making ... Acknowledge God daily not just at Sunday Services.
On 5/4 Autumn Blues Reviews wrote: This book was very thought provoking and the author Stokes covers many topics including those common arguments atheists use when in reference to God not existing. Some of the topics in this book include views from the West's first philosopher Thales of Miletus to evidentialistic views used by Hume and Russell, the senses divinitatis by... Interesting insight better used for contemplation and strengthening ones own faith.
On 3/31 Autumn Blues Reviews wrote: I have fallen in love with this authors writing style. In Beauty for Ashes; Dorothy Love writes about forbidden innocent romance and this book has left me yearning in wanting to read more about Carrie, Nate and Griff. Call me naive but many times in this story I was completely unaware of what may happen ... A beautiful story of family, life, love, forgiveness and Gods precious gift of a true soul mate.
On 1/16 Autumn Blues Reviews wrote: Maybe I was expecting to much from the Franzese family mafia saga. This could have been my reasons for finding this book a total disappointment. If a woman decides to write a book on how her and her husband survived leaving the mafia life, one tends to think more detail would have been included in the ... To much fluff and not enough detail, a disappointing read.
On 12/15 Autumn Blues Reviews wrote: This book Be the People brought out mixed feeling in me as I could agree on some points with Swain and others I just could not see her point. Swain settles on certain topics that are of major concern right now in our country. These include, in no particular order, immigration, our current president Obama, ... Lots of ambiguity, some finger pointing but mostly a mix of what should or can be done to fix America.
On 7/27 Autumn Blues Reviews wrote: Depending on how much one knows about Mr. Barack Obama and his administration "NO HE CAN'T" can be a real eye opener. Kevin digs deep into all the controversy from the very beginning, before Obama was senator of Chicago and into his third year in the White House. In the introduction to this book McCullough ... A commendable lead-in for those who would like a clear view into the controversy that has followed Obama and his administration from the very beginning.
On 6/13 Autumn Blues Reviews wrote: The Fight Of Our Lives gets right to the point with the Fort Hood incident that happened Nov of 2009, the second worst terrorist attack in 8 years. An important point is made of this incident and how America should have been moved by that day of terror or at least given a wake-up call. This a truth many ... A clear detailed view on the veil that has fallen over America regarding who our real enemy is and how we are more unsafe than ever.
On 4/18 Autumn Blues Reviews wrote: I was somewhat disappointed with Max On Life. I came across a few questions in the book that were pretty similar to current struggles I have in my own life. Instead of feeling like I learned something or was given comfort, I felt ... Vague at times, as if afraid to hurt his readers feeling or as if speaking to children who have not yet experienced real life struggles, Lucado falls short.
On 4/11 Autumn Blues Reviews wrote: I found The Final Summit slow at the start and somewhat confusing. I wasn't sure where Andrews was headed with the story about the security guard and the building and felt he could have given this part of the book less emphasis, concentrating more on the actual summit or the ending of the book. Once ... A history lesson in the most unique and enjoyable form I have ever come across, Andrews is absolutely ingenious.
On 4/7 Autumn Blues Reviews wrote: Learn quirky facts and perk your interests with impressing Civil War unheard-ofs, a treat for the mind. This book has a wide variety of interesting facts and is not a book one can read in a short time. I found it to be written more like a dictionary even a reference book, where you can go to it again ... Learn quirky facts and perk your interests with impressing Civil War unheard-ofs, a treat for the mind.
On 1/18 Autumn Blues Reviews wrote: A lovely story of love and faith. In Softly Tenderly the main character in the book Jade struggles with many challenges in her life. Just as she thought her marriage to the son of a prominent lawyer and prestigious family had pulled her out of her sour past, her... Sweet compassion yet heart wrenching a Southern tale of true forgiveness.
On 10/26 Autumn Blues Reviews wrote: American troops fight for our freedom overseas yet neglect our backyards and everything our past generations have fought and worked so hard for in our country. In “Illegals,” Ankarlo gets into the backbone of the Mexican border, a highly debated topic, and shows the full extent of the problem not ... ILLEGALS by Darrell Ankarlo Book Review