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The Confessions of X
By Suzanne Wolfe
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 6/4 amber thomas wrote: CURRENTLY loving. Snow. I couldn't live in the snow, but goodness Lord could I live near it and ski regularly?contemplating. Sabbath. Still. Thanks a lot Rachel.smelling. My clean laundry. Am I the only one who changes detergents every time so the clean smell is always detectable?writing. With ... March and Me || 2016
On 5/5 Passport Diaries wrote: Suzanne Wolfe's "Confessions of X," is historical fiction about the life of St. Augustine's love interest. This historically unnamed woman leaves her skeezy uncle's house to promise herself to Augustine. He makes no promises to her. They are of different social classes and can't legally marry, but their ... Meh. Forgettable.
On 4/20 A. Andrew Joyce wrote: This is the hook for Suzanne M. Wolfe’s latest book, The Confessions of X. No, this isn’t an erotic novel, despite the blood-red cover and giant ‘X’ in the title, but the subject matter is pretty far out of my comfort zone. I’m the type who’s more likely to read Augustine’s Confessions ... Surprisingly very good
On 4/5 Virginia Hamilton wrote: can say that I didn’t know what to expect while reading this novel. I knew a little of St.Augustine and I knew there is a book that he had written but I’ve never read his writings. It may be on my list of to-read books because I thought that this novel was pretty interesting. As I say over and over, ... The Confessions of X ~Suzanne M. Wolfe
On 4/2 Dowie wrote: Before he became a father of the Christian Church, Augustine of Hippo loved a woman whose name has been lost to history. This is her story.Amazon ~ GoodreadsAs a work of historic fiction, you can't ask for more in this story! X is the love of Augustine that history just hasn't heard about. X is ... The Confessions of X by Suzanne M. Wolfe
On 3/24 Heather Lillie wrote: February, with it's hallmark holiday of Valentine's Day, seems to bring out the die hard Romantic in me. It seemed like the perfect month-with all the rainy days- to curl up with a good work novel with a romantic leaning. I chose The Confessions of X and was not disappointed! The Tag line from the ... Noteworthy fiction from the month of Love- The Confessions of X
On 3/22 Theresa C Shell wrote: St. Augustine of Hippo wrote an autobiographical work called Confessions; and within this he mentions his pain in parting with his concubine, whom he loved dearly. The Confessions of X brings to life a fictitious rendering of this anonymous women's story--her own autobiography unknown to history, yet ... Beautiful and Evocative!
On 3/15 Jamie Lapeyrolerie wrote: 4.5 “Sometimes the living die and sometimes the dead live on and it is difficult to tell the difference.” I love books that immerse you in a time period and era so deeply, you can almost forget you’re reading a book on a couch centuries later. But that’s exactly what this book did; from the ... The Confessions of X by Suzanne M. Wolfe | Book Review
On 3/7 Lenoire wrote: Photo Credit - Amazon** May Contain Spoilers **The poor daughter of a mosaic layer, she was destined for a live of poverty. When her father passed, she moves in with her aunt and uncle who hopes for a better life for her. She comes across Augustine a brilliant scholar, who she falls in love with. ... Book Review - The Confessions of X by Suzanne M. Wolfe
On 3/6 Akaleistar wrote: Historical fiction is one of my favorite genres, so I was happy to get the chance to review The Confessions of X thanks to Booklook Bloggers. Inspired by the mysterious woman in St. Augustine of Hippo’s early life, this novel gave me a lot to think about. Sad yet sweet, the novel begins with a very ... Great book for Historical Fiction Fans