Reviews by Brandon Cunningham
On 9/2 Brandon Cunningham wrote: I said before that I try to be real honest with these reviews and I am standing by that mission. This is a book of basically the same old tireless game plan that has played out for years. I really don't believe the author is trying to make the world a better place or even really help in anyway to get ... After the Hangover The Conservatives' Road to Recovery By R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr.
On 4/7 Brandon Cunningham wrote: I am committed to being honest on these reviews and this one is not good. This is a book of worthless trivia that you could find online. I would say if you are in a doctor’s office and it is lying there, read it. If you have to pay for it, then leave it. I really don’t know what made me request this ... Why You Say It: The Fascinating Stories Behind over 600 Everyday Words and Phrases By Webb Garrison
On 3/4 Brandon Cunningham wrote: Issac Newton by Mitch StokesWho requests a book about the life and work of Sir Issac Newton? I knew he was a really smart guy and wrote the laws of motion. I knew he had funny hair and probably was not the most exciting guy in the world. What I didn’t know was he had a really troubled childhood ... Issac Newton by Mitch Stokes
On 2/17 Brandon Cunningham wrote: When I received the book "Tithing" by Douglas LeBlanc, I was already reading a couple of books and didn’t want to add a third. I figured I had read a number of books on tithing and had the basic outline of the concept. When you first open the book you find out the author really didn’t desire to ... Review of Douglas Leblanc’s Tithing: Test Me In This