Reviews by Graziano Ronca
On 4/11 Graziano Ronca wrote: The Final Summit: A Quest to Find the One Principle That Will Save Humanity by Andy AndrewsMy rating: 2 of 5 stars David Ponder is an ordinary old man who is summoned by the archangel Gabriel to lead a meeting. “With a serious nod, Gabriel began:- You are at a turning point, he said- You, the human ...
On 2/28 Graziano Ronca wrote: The Skin Map by Stephen R. LawheadMy rating: 4 of 5 stars “The most incomprehensible thing about the world, is that it is comprehensible” Albert Einstein“Do you know that Einstein is wrong, and that certain objects and forces can move with a velocity greater than that of light? With proper aid ...
On 8/1 Graziano Ronca wrote: I Am Hutterite: The Fascinating True Story of a Young Woman’s Journey to Reclaim Her HeritageMary-Ann KirkbyThomas Nelson (2010), Hardcover, 224 pages‘Levi, - I begin, searching for the right words, - there is a little boy buried here. His name is Renie, and he is my brother.’ (p. xxii)Levi is ... Review: I Am Hutterite
On 4/19 Graziano Ronca wrote: The Long Way Homeby Andrew KlavanThomas Nelson Publisher, Nashville, Tennessee (2010) Charlie West is accused of his best friend's murder. Charlie's ordinary life as a high school student changes completely when terrorists (The Homelander) and police try to kill or arrest him. In this second book of ... Review: The Long Way Home
On 1/31 Graziano Ronca wrote: Buried Alive: Kidnapped and Entombed in the Deserts of Iraq by Roy Hallums Thomas Nelson Publisher, Nashville, Tennessee (2009) Roy Hallums, a Man, was kidnapped by Iraqi insurgents and this book tells the story of his ten months of captivity. The journey of Roy from one 'safe' house to another until ... http://grazianoronca.blogspot.com/2010/01/review-buried-alive.html
On 12/22 Graziano Ronca wrote: Saving Cicadasby Nicole SeitzThomas Nelson PublisherSaving Cicadas is a novel about babies: born, adopted, or unborn. A single mother, Priscilla Lynn Macy, is having another child unexpectedly, escape seems the best solution. But before starting a new life Priscilla needs “a step back in time”: she ... Review: Saving Cicadas by Nicole Seitz