Reviews by Kevin Agot
On 9/8 Kevin Agot wrote: Max Lucado has written a book that is timely and appropriate for our times. His book “Fearless” pointedly addresses the fears we face every single day. These fears could originate from unfamiliar, distant lands from a people whose language and culture we are alien. Or, they could originate from ... "Fearless" Book Review
On 9/7 Kevin Agot wrote: Max Lucados His Name is Jesus is a beautiful book in every sense of the word. The outsized, hard cover book is one that you would proudly display on your coffee table or offer as a gift for someone special. His Name is Jesus traces Jesus steps from his birth to his mission, his death to his resurrection ... Book Review - "His Name is Jesus"
On 4/27 Kevin Agot wrote: Andy Andrew’s “The Noticer” is one, absolutely incredible book.If you were to look at the page count, the book is a quick read. But, the content encased by both covers offers a lifetime of hope, reassurance and inspiration. The book’s key figure goes by the name, “Jones”. He is an elderly, ... Review: The Noticer
On 3/8 Kevin Agot wrote: This is the first of Max Lucado’s family-oriented series, Hermie & Friends that I have ever experienced. Given that its target audience was for children ages 10 and below, I pulled in my son, who was a willing participant for anything animated.At first, he said that the characters were for the little ... Review: Skeeter and the Mystery of the Lost Mosquito Treasure
On 2/24 Kevin Agot wrote: Usually when an audience hears about a book focusing on neuroscience and brain-imaging, there is no slow build of excitement leading to rousing applause capped off with raucous standing ovation with fireworks igniting the sky. Well, you get the idea. Generally speaking, these topics can seem rather ... "Plastic Brain?" Yippee!!