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The Confession

The Confession

On 10/5 Sarah Brown wrote: My mother enjoyed this book. It didn't take her any time at all to finish it. She told me she had read another book by him, and she enjoyed that one as well. I, however, had a very difficult time getting even half-way through this book. In fact, I didn't even finish it. It's full of info dumps, ... Book Review: 'The Confession' by Robert Whitlow

Sarah's Rating:

3 Stars

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Seagrass Pier

Seagrass Pier

On 7/8 Sarah Brown wrote: Elin Summerall didn’t know why she was having nightmares, until she realized they weren’t hers. After receiving a heart transplant, she discovered they were from the donor. Now, what did these nightmares mean? If you like Nicholas Sparks, you’ll like Colleen Coble. There’s romance and suspense, ... Book Review: ‘Seagrass Pier’ by Colleen Coble

Sarah's Rating:

4 Stars

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Love, Skip, Jump

Love, Skip, Jump

On 6/11 Sarah Brown wrote: The book was perfect for those of you who are givers (like me). It made me want to give more of my time, resources, and whatever I have available. The Bible does say it's better to give than to receive, and I wholeheartedly believe that. I like to see people's reactions when they're given something that ... Love, Skip, Jump: Book Review

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4 Stars

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The Romance of Religion

The Romance of Religion

On 3/26 Sarah Brown wrote: I don't know where to begin with this book. It's good, there are many things that he writes that would be great quotes. There's a lot of alliteration, and a lot to take in. I found myself nodding at a lot of the things he said, but I also found myself putting it down for days to allow myself to digest ... The Romance Of Good Writing

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4 Stars

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Snapshot

Snapshot

On 1/27 Sarah Brown wrote: Snapshot is a fictional story based on a real picture. It's fairly easy to read. Most of the chapters are short (two to three pages), which is probably why there are 37 of them. This is a page turner, one of those, "Just one more chapter" type of books. Lis does a great job of giving you just enough ... Good Until The End

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4 Stars

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Forgiveness

Forgiveness

On 1/6 Sarah Brown wrote: Matthew West has always been a story-teller, through music though. "Next Thing You Know," off of his History album, is a story about himself. But for his Into The Light album, he decided to go a different route. Matthew decided to get other people's stories. He looked through countless e-mails, and ... Great Book!

Sarah's Rating:

5 Stars

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gods at war

gods at war

On 4/22 Sarah Brown wrote: Kyle Idleman wrote a book called, "Not A Fan." It was a t.v. show that Mom and I started watching before we found out it was a book. I saw "Gods At War" in a magazine for LifeWay, and when I went over to Booksneeze and I saw that it was available, I knew I had to read it. I didn't realize it was by Kyle, ... 'Gods At War' by Kyle Idleman

Sarah's Rating:

5 Stars

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Wisdom Meets Passion

Wisdom Meets Passion

On 10/31 Sarah Brown wrote: This book talks about how the "older" generation has wisdom, and the "younger" generation has passion (I put quotes around those words because, well, some people fit better in one than the other). It's a book about how these two generations should work together to enhance their lives. Wisdom should learn ... Wisdom Meets Passion

Sarah's Rating:

3 Stars

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One Big Thing

One Big Thing

On 8/14 Sarah Brown wrote: Phil Cook has written a book suitable for everyone. Those who know, and those who have no idea. And he speaks from both sides of the line. Remembering what it was like to not know, he speaks to those people fluently. On the other hand, he speaks to people who already know in a very straightforward ... Book Review: One Big Thing by Phil Cooke

Sarah's Rating:

5 Stars

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