Reviews by Marie Burton
On 5/20 Marie Burton wrote: The strongest theme in the first half of the book is this commerce and trade issue, which is why Adams was sent to Russia as a diplomat. "There was a pretty strong sentiment against the colonial trade in Paris, because they considered it as all English," a peeved Caulaincourt replied. Napoleon was a ... American Phoenix by Jane Hampton Cook
On 4/10 Marie Burton wrote: The moment I saw this book, claiming the complete story of Jesus Christ, I knew this would be a great companion to reading the gospels. I was especially pleased that it takes the scriptures from my version of choice, the New King James version. This book studies the gospels chronologically - taking the ... One Perfect Life by John MacArthur | A tool for learning Jesus' ministry
On 3/6 Marie Burton wrote: I had seen this book mentioned quite a few times so I was eager to snap up a copy of my own. There are times when I'm wanting to "be" or "feel" closer to God, and just reading the bible sometimes doesn't cut it. I wanted to try out a devotional, and learn how to feel like I am accomplishing something ... A fabulous inspirational tool
On 4/17 Marie Burton wrote: This inspirational book by Amanda Lamb captured my interest with the description of a harried mother that is quite similar to myself. Busy, Distracted and Frustrated. Time to sit back and smell the roses and instill some peace into my family life. What better way than to bring God into a young child's ... I Love You to God and Back by Amanda Lamb
On 4/27 Marie Burton wrote: "The Noticer" by Andy AndrewsPublished by the Thomas Nelson GroupThe Burton Review Rating = 5, recommended for Everyone!"Sometimes, all a person needs is a little perpective."Jones is the humble elusive man that comes at the perfect moment to the people in the story conveniently when they would need ... Review: "The Noticer" by Andy Andrews & Giveaway!