Reviews by Stormi Johnson
On 9/29 Stormi Johnson wrote: The Butterfly Effect by Andy AndrewsPages: 112Publisher: Thomas Nelson"Every single thing you do matters. You have been created as one of a kind. You have been created in order to make a difference. you have within you the power to change the world." Andy AndrewsThat pretty much sums up what this ... Review of The Butterfly Effect
On 8/3 Stormi Johnson wrote: Beautiful Mess: The Story of Diamond Rio by Diamond Rio and Tom RolandPages: 288Publisher: Thomas NelsonI have not read many autobiographies, so when the opportunity came my way to review this book I thought it would be great to read. I loved Diamond Rio when I was younger and I thought it would be fascinating ... Review of Beautiful Mess: The Story of Diamond Rio
On 9/17 Stormi Johnson wrote: The Noticer is a book that is a fiction book filled with the right blend of allegory, inspiration and true story. Andy Andrews takes you inside the small town of Orange Beach, Alabama and introduces you to a man name Jones, not Mr. Jones, just Jones. Jones is a noticer and he notices things about people ... The Best book of the Year!
On 8/22 Stormi Johnson wrote: I have not read many books about the holocaust, but I did take a class in College and learned a great deal about it. When I seen this book It Happened in Italy, I was curious.This is a book about a lady Elizabeth Bettina and how she discovered that her childhood village had a little known secret. She ... Review of It Happened in Italy
On 5/29 Stormi Johnson wrote: It was a very moving and powerful story about how three lives were changed when God became the center piece. How three very different people with extremely different backgrounds where really not that different. It is a story that will make you laugh, make you cry and make you want to be a better person. ... A Very Moving Story
On 1/10 Stormi Johnson wrote: Review of The Unseen by T. L. HinesSummary:Lucas is a loner, but he's never alone.From secret hiding places, he peers into the lives of others--watching them while they work, while they commute, while they sip their morning coffee. He is a master at remaining silent and unseen in his carefully constructed ...
On 11/30 Stormi Johnson wrote: Posted November 30, 2008, 1:26 PM EST: During the reign of King Louis the French Protestants had to either convert or face imprisonment. Some thought that they would be protected, but they were not. When the dragoon's storm on to the Clavell's estate, they soon found out that even being former people ... A nice historical