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Beautiful Ruins by Jess Walter


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Summary in 30 Seconds

Hollywood meets a rugged, Italian fishing village in Beautiful Ruins as self-absorbed actors and producers bring their personal life drama to the remote village with a salacious past, Porto Vergogna.   298 more words

On The Books of History

Read Joshua if you ever need to be encouraged that Jehovah is God.

Joshua is a book of action where the good guys win. The book lines up the Israelites against the inhabitants of Canaan, and time and again Israel, at the word of Jehovah, routs the enemy. 493 more words

Bible Study

Books on Sunday: Hollow City by Ransom Riggs

The eagerly awaited sequel to Riggs’ first novel Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, it’s more peculiar and dangerous that the first. The children have successfully rescued Miss Peregrine but they’re not out of the woods yet. 61 more words

Allegiant Book Review

Trying to review this book, without spoiling it, is practically impossible…so please be advised that there are major spoilers below the “Read More” line. After all the hype with the release of the… 1,322 more words


Book Review: The Shadow Throne by Jennifer A. Neilsen

Overall View: The Runaway King was platinum, so The Shadow Throne is unobtainium (if you’ve never seen Avatar, you have no clue what I’m talking about-that’s okay!)! 558 more words


Book Review: The Runaway King by Jennifer A. Neilsen

Overall View: If the first book was gold, this one’s platinum. Neilsen kept me on the edge of my seat for the main character, fourteen-year-old King Jaron. 484 more words


Book Review: Summer Kisses by Sarah Morgan

After the absolute emotional wreck that my last book left me in, I was hoping for something a little more upbeat and positive from my next read which happened to be… 519 more words