Reviews by Prairie Sky Book Reviews
On 9/9 Prairie Sky Book Reviews wrote: When the name Tamera Alexander is on a Christian Historical novel, it is usually one to pay attention to! “To Wager Her Heart” was published by Zondervan in the summer of 2017, and is the third and final installment in the Belle Meade Plantation saga. While I have not read the second book in the ... Lacking Tamera's Signature Magic
On 8/11 Prairie Sky Book Reviews wrote: The last book I read by Rachel Hauck was “A Royal Christmas Wedding”. It easily became my favourite book by this author, and just as easily one of my favourite novellas to read during the Christmas season. Thus, when I read the charming description of “The Writing Desk”, well, there was no ... Difficult to Enjoy
On 6/30 Prairie Sky Book Reviews wrote: Have you ever read a book that sort of blew you away, and you needed to take a few days to figure out what you really thought about it? That was definitely the case for me with a new release published by Thomas Nelson, and written by Rachel Linden. “Ascension of Larks” is a beautiful story written ... One of the Most Unusual Books I've Read in a While. . .
On 6/3 Prairie Sky Book Reviews wrote: Sometimes I enjoy reading peculiar-sounding books, because quite often they end up being charming, whimsical, and completely lovable. So with little hesitation, I decided to try a completely new-to-me author named Celeste Fletcher McHale, whose book is entitled "The Sweet Smell of Magnolias and Memories". ... It Had Potential. . .
On 5/27 Prairie Sky Book Reviews wrote: Melanie Dickerson is the bestselling author of numerous novels, usually fairy tales set in long- ago times. Although I've never read her previous works, I've often wanted to and finally decided to give her newest novel from Thomas Nelson Publishers a try. "The Noble Servant" was released in 2017, and ... Enjoyable Fairy Tale Retelling for Young Adults
On 5/2 Prairie Sky Book Reviews wrote: Have you ever wondered how you, and someone close to you, can view the concepts of money and finances (spending, saving, sharing, etc.) in such vastly different ways? If so, you are not alone! In fact, to shed brilliant light on this eye-opening concept, pastor and author Tommy Brown has written a ... How Did God Wire Us to Handle Money?
On 4/22 Prairie Sky Book Reviews wrote: “The Woman’s Study Bible, NKJV: Receiving God's Truth for Balance, Hope, and Transformation” is an absolutely beautiful treasure. It’s cloth-bound cover is stunning, and the full-color design throughout is gorgeous. Of course, more important is the content of the notes and articles spread throughout ... A Beautiful Treasure
On 4/15 Prairie Sky Book Reviews wrote: “Hayden is on track to become the youngest partner in her prestigious DC law firm. . . If the case she’s just been handed doesn’t destroy her first.” When I picked up my first Legal Thriller I wasn’t quite sure what to expect, but with a tagline like that, how could I refuse to give it a try, ... My First Experience with a Legal Thriller
On 4/4 Prairie Sky Book Reviews wrote: “Reclaiming the Lost Art of Biblical Meditation: Find True Peace in Jesus” is an attractive, compact little book with a big title that makes a big promise. Written by Robert J. Morgan and published by Thomas Nelson in the spring of 2017, this book encourages (and guides) readers to find “the peace ... A Powerful Little Book
On 3/24 Prairie Sky Book Reviews wrote: Wow... just, wow! This was basically my first impression after reaching the end of Kristy Cambron’s newest novel from Thomas Nelson Publishers, entitled “The Illusionist’s Apprentice”. As the second stand-alone story of Ms. Cambron’s “Jazz Age Entertainers” series, this book takes readers ... What a Story! Don't Miss "The Illusionist's Apprentice"!
On 2/11 Prairie Sky Book Reviews wrote: As the Easter season approaches each year, I enjoy being on the lookout for new stories that highlight the theme of Jesus’ last days on earth. This year I found a story that is told from perhaps the most unique perspective I’ve come across so far - through the eyes of a small, innocent dog! “The ... A Unique Story Just in Time for Easter
On 1/21 Prairie Sky Book Reviews wrote: “The Jesus Bible: Sixty-six Books. One Story. All About One Name.” The title of this new NIV Bible grabbed my attention right away, and when I saw the descriptions of the study features included inside I knew it would be a special volume. Featured in this Bible are essays by Louie Giglio, Max Lucado, ... The Title Says it All
On 12/16 Prairie Sky Book Reviews wrote: Are you searching for a high-quality, durable, and reader-friendly Bible that is suitable for everyday use? So was I, until I found a lovely new version from Thomas Nelson, entitled “NKJV Journal the Word Large Print Bible: Reflect, Journal, or Create Art Next to Your Favorite Verses”. From the ... NKJV Journal the Word Bible – A Lovely Edition
On 12/6 Prairie Sky Book Reviews wrote: Fans of “The Royal Wedding Series” rejoice! We now have “A Royal Christmas Wedding” to not only help us celebrate Christmas, but to melt our hearts, make us laugh, and maybe even wipe away a happy tear or two. If you loved previous books in the “Royal Wedding Series”, if you enjoy Christian ... A Heartwarming, Memorable Christmas Gift – Guest Review by Hayley
On 11/12 Prairie Sky Book Reviews wrote: Have you been looking for a Study Bible that will actually look interesting to a tween-aged child - particularly a boy? If so, then look no further than the “Kids Study Bible: Airship Genesis Legendary Bible Adventure”! The back cover says it best: “‘The Airship Genesis Kids Study Bible’ ... A Wonderful Bible for Kids
On 10/30 Prairie Sky Book Reviews wrote: Lyrical. Honest. Inquiring. Beautiful. I could continue, but these four words give you at least a partial picture of the depth and power held in the pages of a new book by Charles Martin, entitled “Long Way Gone”. Published by Thomas Nelson in 2016, this is the first novel by Charles Martin that ... You Will Be Changed
On 10/14 Prairie Sky Book Reviews wrote: After taking just one look at the “Beautiful Word Coloring Bible”, it had already surpassed my expectations. If I were going to describe it in just a couple of words, I think that most accurate would be “absolutely charming”. The illustrations for coloring are lovely - not too intricate, ... Simply Charming and a Beautiful Gift!
On 10/1 Prairie Sky Book Reviews wrote: Rejection. We’ve all experienced the ache of this word in our lives to varying degrees. How do we overcome the deep, almost physical pain that rejection forces into the deepest parts of our souls? Well, Lysa TerKeurst has a tonic for our hearts that feels like a warm hug and a chat with a friend ... A Healing Balm for the Heart
On 9/11 Prairie Sky Book Reviews wrote: I was thrilled to be able to review the “Cultural Backgrounds Study Bible”. After having my interest piqued several months ago to learn more of the historical and cultural context surrounding Biblical events, I was eager to learn more, and the “Cultural Backgrounds Study Bible” provided me with ... Understand Scripture in a Whole New Way!
On 7/26 Prairie Sky Book Reviews wrote: I just finished reading a book by the well-established but new-to-me author, Shelley Shepard Gray, and honestly, I’m not sure what to think of it… As the first book in the new “Lone Star Hero’s Love Story” collection, “The Loyal Heart” was published by Zondervan in the summer of 2016. Although ... An Interesting Story, But...
On 6/12 Prairie Sky Book Reviews wrote: Three adjectives to describe this book would be promising, confusing, and misleading. “The Pug List: A Ridiculous Little Dog, a Family Who Lost Everything, and How They All Found Their Way Home” is a non-fiction book written by Alison Hodgson and published by Zondervan in the spring of 2016. When ... Misleading and Annoying
On 5/3 Prairie Sky Book Reviews wrote: Imagine moving from downtown New York City, to a middle-of-no-where Texas longhorn ranch. Sound pretty extreme? Well, that is precisely what Jules O’Connor and her mother do between the pages of Juliette Turner’s brand new novel, That’s Not Hay in My Hair. Suited for the tween-age reader, That’s ... A Fun Choice for Country Girls at Heart - a guest review by Hayley
On 3/27 Prairie Sky Book Reviews wrote: “If life doesn’t look like you thought it might... If you’re walking through a season of uncertainty, of waiting, of idling in ‘the meantime’, this book if for you.” Mandy Hale, “New York Times” bestselling author, shares these words on the back cover of her sweet new volume entitled ... Beautiful Uncertainty by Mandy Hale, "The Single Woman"
On 2/4 Prairie Sky Book Reviews wrote: Have you ever read one of Jesus’ parables and wondered, “What did He mean to convey with this story? What was His purpose in choosing the specific time, place, and audience for that particular parable? And how does this story connect to other, similar examples?” If these thoughts have ever crossed ... Parables - Fascinating Context to the Stories of Jesus
On 11/14 Prairie Sky Book Reviews wrote: Music history buffs rejoice! Andrew Gant has gifted you with a true gem when it comes to the origination of many timeless Christmas masterpieces. The Carols of Christmas, published by Thomas Nelson in 2015, is a wealth of information, right down to the very last detail, on numerous of our favourite Christmas ... The Carols of Christmas - A Guest Review by Hayley
On 9/8 Prairie Sky Book Reviews wrote: Special announcement: Tim Hawkins has written his first, book entitled “Diary of a Jackwagon”! Okay… First things first! Have you ever heard of, watched, or listened to a well-known comedian by the name of Tim Hawkins? If not, please continue reading. If you have, go ahead and skip the next paragraph ... If Laughter is the Best Medicine... "Diary of a Jackwagon" by Tim Hawkins
On 8/16 Prairie Sky Book Reviews wrote: Are you a twenty-something who has life all planned out? Do you hold a detailed road map outlining each of your future goals, a summary of what your life is supposed to mean written in stone, and the keys to the career of your dreams? Well, if you do, you will definitely not relate to Paul Angone’s ... A Tough Book to Review