Reviews by Rhonda Baker
On 1/4 Rhonda Baker wrote: Playing Saint is Zachary Bartels' debut into the fiction/mystery arena. First off, this book caught my attention the moment I started the first chapter. And it only gets better chapter by chapter. It starts out with a vicious murder scene and the detective, Paul Ketcham, who is assigned ... PLAYING SAINT by Zachary Bartels
On 7/30 Rhonda Baker wrote: I have read many Andrew Klavan books, but this first in the trilogy series is his absolute best. From the very beginning of this book, I could not put it down. I found myself bringing my tablet every where with me and finding any excuse to quickly read a chapter or two when I had a moment. The story ... ABSOLUTELY RIVETING!!!
On 4/16 Rhonda Baker wrote: Typical Terri Blackstock. From the very first page the story line grips you. It starts out with Bob and Juliet Cole gassing up their car and then heading to the U haul place to return the U haul they used to help Juliet's sister, Holly, move. While Juliet is waiting in their car for her husband Bob to ... Very good, but not one of her best
On 12/17 Rhonda Baker wrote: Okay, I admit it. I am a total Ted Dekker fan. I am slowly collecting all of his books. But Blessed Child and A Child Called Blessed, never seemed to pull at me. Through Booksneeze, as a reviewer, I decided to go ahead and review this book, since it IS a Ted Dekker book. There are a couple of things ... What took me so long?
On 10/27 Rhonda Baker wrote: From the first page to the last, this book got me to turning page after page. I have numerous books by Terri Blackstock and have loved each and every one. This book, based mainly upon the Branning Family and the Oak Hollow neighborhood and what happens when all the lights go out and there is no more ... LAST LIGHT by Terri Blackstock
On 8/27 Rhonda Baker wrote: Robert Whitlow's book "The Living Room" at first was quite interesting, but as I got further into the book, it just seemed to be going no where. Usually when I write a review for a book, I give it mainly thumbs up. But for the life of me I could not figure out what the purpose and intent was for this ... Repitious but thought provoking
On 5/17 Rhonda Baker wrote: From the moment I started reading the first chapter, to the very last page,this book captivated my attention. The author did an excellent job on immersing you into the characters he is portraying. From the lovable Glyph to the demanding two headed Giru Ba, you are taken on a journey as three young people, ... AN ALIEN SPECIES BENT ON ANNIHILATING EARTH'S INHABITANTS
On 12/14 Rhonda Baker wrote: Soul's Gate will captivate you from the very beginning. The book is about Reece Roth who has a special ability to travel in to people's souls. The story starts out with Reece gathering four "warriors" who don't even know what lies ahead. In a secluded ranch in Colorado they are slowly being trained ... Soul's Gate by James L. Rubart
On 9/27 Rhonda Baker wrote: This book caught my attention right from the start. It always seemed like Sam was finding himself getting into trouble. I love the way the author ended each chapter with a tickler for the test chapter. You will find it hard to put this book down. Sam is the young man who finds himself enmeshed in trouble ... Sam does the right thing, even though it may cost him his life
On 7/28 Rhonda Baker wrote: This book caught my attention right from the start. One of the better suspense books I have read. Lexi Solomon's life has been totally turned upside down. Her past has caught up with her and she is having to fight for her life, along with her daughter, Molly's. In reading this book, the characters came ... SUSPENSEFUL FROM THE VERY FIRST PAGE