Reviews by Eric Bruno Borgman
On 9/17 Eric Bruno Borgman wrote: As a practicing Catholic, I really wanted to learn more about Pope Francis than the mixed messages that were being distributed about him and his views in the press. Although author Mario Escobar’s biography does supply some background on the pope and fills in some of his beliefs, I came away not knowing ... Francis: Man of Prayer by Mario Escobar
On 6/25 Eric Bruno Borgman wrote: All in all I found American Phoenix: John Quincy and Louisa Adams, the War of 1812, and the Exile that Saved American Independence a fascinating read that really gives the reader a glimpse of the Adams'. Author Jane Hampton Cook did a fabulous job researching the time frame covered in this book ... American Phoenix: John Quincy and Louisa Adams, the War of 1812, and the Exile that Saved American Independence by Jane Hampton Cook
On 4/27 Eric Bruno Borgman wrote: The Survivor is book number two in a crime trilogy by DiAnn Mills. Fortunately, I read the first one too. Although I enjoyed Mills' last book The Chase, this one, The Survivor is actually better. One of the things I couldn't stand about The Chase: A Novel (Crime Scene: Houston) was all the rhetorical ... The Survivor is Better Than DiAnn Mills' Last Book The Chase!
On 1/11 Eric Bruno Borgman wrote: I had no idea, until writing this review, that the author of the book The Revolutionary Paul Revere, which I liked very much and found to be so apropos for today, was the same author of Lifted by Angels: The Presence and Power of Our Heavenly Guides and Guardians. The author in question is Joel J. Miller ... Lifted By Angels - by Joel J. Miller is an Excellent, Reliable Book on Angels
On 1/30 Eric Bruno Borgman wrote: I was very kindly given a review copy by Thomas Nelson of Brian McLaren's book Finding Our Way Again: The Return of the Ancient Practices, so that I could deliver an unbiased review. It is part of The Ancient Practices Series that Thomas Nelson has developed. I had assumed that the book would be about ... Finding Our Way Again: The Return of the Ancient Practices, by Brian McLaren