Reviews by Cc Sweeny
On 6/5 Cc Sweeny wrote: It's really a good read about how negatively technology has impacted even though it has brough us a lot good in the last couple of years. It shows us how we as a society have lacked in how we respond to humanity now compared to a time when technology wasn't so consuming. It's not a book bashing technology ... a lot of truth in one book
On 10/4 Cc Sweeny wrote: I have to say when I saw that booklookbloggers.com had the NKJV version of the faithgirlz bible, I had to get it. I have always been a fan of this cute bible made specifically for teen girls. This bible screams teen girl with the purple font, pink design, and girly additions. I was sent the hardcover ... I have to say when I saw that booklookbloggers.com had the NKJV ve
On 9/9 Cc Sweeny wrote: The second book in the series of charming cowboys, Counting on a Cowboy was a wonderful read and absolutely refreshing for someone who has read a little too much romance stories. The story revolves around the handsome Bo Monahan and Abby Knightley. One has a complicated past and the other just not interested ... Loved it!
On 7/1 Cc Sweeny wrote: I was so happy to receive this cute bible from booklookbloggers.com. My nephew was in need of his own personal bible but it’s kind of hard to find a bible that isn’t too hard for him to read and pronounce and one he could actually understand. Plus, he is seven and i didn’t want to get him a plain ... Great bible for children
On 5/19 Cc Sweeny wrote: Never A Bridesmaid is about a sister who is designated a bridesmaid when she knows she’s maid of honor material. Accepting her fate as a bridesmaid, she painstakingly watch as her sister’s maid of honor not fulfill her duties in the role. Being the lovely sister she is, she takes on the duties of ... it was a short sweet read
On 5/10 Cc Sweeny wrote: A.L Shields does it again with Wilderness Rising. I patiently awaited for this book to come out as soon as I finished the Church Builder, which is the first book in this series. Bethany Barclay is on the run and looking for answers while being hunted. Looking for the Pilate Stone, she comes across all ... A.L Shields Does it Again!,
On 3/24 Cc Sweeny wrote: Lethal Beauty is a Mia Quinn mystery. So, if your familiar with the other stories containing Mia Quinn then this book shouldnâ€™t seem so foreign. The story is about a crime that happened towards a prostitute and somehow everyone is tied to the fact whether justice is served for this crime or not ... Great Story but wasn't for Me
On 2/13 Cc Sweeny wrote: The Story for kids is a cute story bible for children. It is not a book to replace the Bible but a great book for those late night stories with your kid or just reading for fun. The book takes some pretty interesting accounts from the bible using actual scripture from the NIrV translation and put it ... A great story book for children
On 2/2 Cc Sweeny wrote: The Little Bunny Bible is such an adorable book for children and when I saw it on BookLook, I just had to check it out. Let’s start with the outside of the book. What’s better than having a book at night to read with? You guessed right! A book that you can also cuddle with while reading it at night ... The Little Bunny Bible
On 12/17 Cc Sweeny wrote: It’s A God Thing is a bunch of testimonies by many different people from all walks of life and I feel truly honored to have read them. It truly is hard to deny the existence of God when he is constantly working in everyone’s life, even yours. If we all got up everyday proclaiming His goodness to ... Blessed By Reading
On 8/26 Cc Sweeny wrote: This is my first Robert Whitlow novel and overall, I would give this book 3 stars out of 5 for many reasons. Overall, the book’s message was great and I fully understood what Whitlow was trying to convey but many times I was left very frustrated as a reader. First off, the story is about a young assistant ... All in all- it was a great read!
On 6/22 Cc Sweeny wrote: Nazeem conversion is very much different and it’s a funny yet fascinating story. What I like most about the book is that it is written very honestly. We really get to see the mind of how a foreigner in a strange land thinks, how a teenager thinks, and especially how a Muslim raised young boy thinks. ... Not Every Story is the Same and His is Different!
On 3/14 Cc Sweeny wrote: never read a book that made me feel so close to the characters since the Left Behind series. Reading Nabeel Qureshi life story, made me feel so many feelings and understand him in such an intimate way like how friends know one another. I’m honored that he opened so much of his life and soul with his ... A Book To Read Before You Die
On 2/3 Cc Sweeny wrote: Nothing moves me more than words and to relate and become close to someone just through words is really amazing. This is what happens in A January Bride by Deborah Raney. Maddie, the female main character, has relocated back home and has found friendship and love. Art, is the male main character, who ... Sweet Clean Read and Fast
On 1/21 Cc Sweeny wrote: The Modern Life Study Bible is a NKJV, New King James Version, translation and for those who are scared of the older, much hard to understand KJV, this is a lot easier to understand. NKJV removes a lot of the “Thous”, “-est”, etc. It’s a clean reading and very easy to understand. It’s a more ... Great Study Bible
On 12/20 Cc Sweeny wrote: It's a cute and short read. Of course it's a novella so don't expect a complicated plot and suspenseful story. I choose five stars because I didn't expect it to be nothing more than what I thought it would be. I'm not saying to have low expectations of the book but let's be realistic. This story is junk ... Short and Sweet, Extremely Cute Read
On 12/10 Cc Sweeny wrote: The main character, Bethany, is an ordinary woman with a very bland life. Just like myself! However, because of acquaintances of friends in her life, her life is then turned upside down. Her life was no longer normal. Being manipulated by two major players that happen to be very important people who ... Beware of the People Around! Awesome Book!
On 11/16 Cc Sweeny wrote: Have you ever wondered what it would have been like to have lived in a Jane Austen novel? To be the characters that has made our hearts dance with joy? Well, in Dear Mr. Knightley by Katherine Reay, we get just that. Samantha Moore write this letters to a guy mysteriously named Mr. Knightley. (It’s ... It Was an enjoyable and Light Read
On 10/12 Cc Sweeny wrote: So, I went back to read the first book and I have to say Ted Dekker has done it again. Before I start, yes, I'm a bit bias because Ted Dekker is one of my favorite authors. But, I'm pretty honest when it comes to telling you if the book was interesting or not. Overall, the book was full of action from ... Another Great Read From Ted Dekker
On 10/4 Cc Sweeny wrote: I really enjoyed this book written by Terri Blackstock, who is a Christian Writer. It had a great message in the end and the story itself really had me open my eyes to the situation that was presented in the book. Although, I found one or two of the main characters highly annoying. Annoying to the point ... I Really Enjoyed It
On 10/2 Cc Sweeny wrote: A Man Called Blessed is a great book with an great message. It's definitely a fast paced book that keeps you wanting more. Although the finale wasn't as "WOW" as his other books I've read, the story line makes up for this big time. I haven't read the prequel and don't want to make any harsh judgments ... Definitely Worth The Read
On 8/29 Cc Sweeny wrote: ncouragement for Today is written by the wonderful ladies at Proverbs 31. It’s a devotional made up of a 100 devotions that relate to the lives of busy women. Some of the authors that help write many of the devo’s are Lysa Terkeurst, Renee Swope, Melissa Taylor, and the list goes on. The overall ... It Really is Encouragement for Today
On 8/23 Cc Sweeny wrote: This book is narrated and written by Ian Morgan Cron. He states that this book is a memoir of sorts and that some of the stories he retell haven’t necessarily happened in his life time or whether he was around to witness, so many of his stories are not necessarily first hand information. But let’s ... It was good book!