Reviews by Electra Masterson
On 4/4 Electra Masterson wrote: Thomas Nelson provided me with a copy of Ralph de la Vegas biography and inspirational book to read and review. What follows is my review of that book. When Ralph de la Vega was 10 years old, his parents sent him from Cuba to the US. Not realizing it would take four long years before they could follow ... More of the same...something there?
On 4/4 Electra Masterson wrote: Thomas Nelson graciously provided me with a copy of the latest installment in Lis Wiehl’s “Triple Threat” series, Heart of Ice, to read and review. Heart of Ice follows the personal and professional lives of three women that through their strong commitment to punishing criminals have developed ... Heart of Ice...another thrilling installment
On 12/5 Electra Masterson wrote: I am of the opinion that while it's a nice story about a fabulous band, it does seem to fall just short of being a bit of a yawn. Feeling the need to be honest here and tell you I found it slightly slow and uninteresting. That aside, it does also come across very sweet and humble. For those of us who ... Diamond Rio: A Beautiful Mess...Lacking
On 9/8 Electra Masterson wrote: This book, Fearless, offers a fresh approach for taking on the many various ways fear takes a hold of us in our world today and offers a way to confront them with a real and practical solution. Although, the pages are jam-packed with the very real worries ordinary people face it also offers an out from ... Are you Fearless???
On 8/10 Electra Masterson wrote: According to Hanegraaff, if something drastic and soon doesn’t happen in regards to a shift in awareness and outlook, the church as a whole is in horrifying danger. In the 21st century, there are new dangers—new academic types who threaten to do more damage than thought possible. The people brought ... A timely and powerful read
On 4/29 Electra Masterson wrote: An awesome book that kept me glued. I would have preferred a little more details towards the end of the book but there was enough to keep me wanting to find out the end. The obvious victim in this book is a seventeen-year-old girl who was recently entered in the Senate page program and seemingly has ... "Face of Betrayal" Awesome!