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Review: The Lost Symbol

The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

It would be a cliché to give Dan Brown a bad review. Like me proving my good-taste blog-writer credentials. 2,173 more words


Packing Love for Foster Care Children

Below is another article that appeared in the Dayton media market regarding the incredible gesture of students from LIFT camp and Cedarville University.  I hope this inspires you to go do something and impact your community with the love of Christ. 368 more words

Fairfield West Baptist Church

Dan Brown - Inferno

Judul     :               Inferno (Neraka)

Author  :               Dan Brown

Tebal     :               644 halaman ; 23,5 cm

Sebelum aku bahas tentang buku yang keren ini, Inferno adalah buku Dan Brown pertama yang aku baca. 420 more words

Book Talk

July Favourites.

Hi, hello!

First of all, I’m sorry I haven’t written in a while. It just always seemed to slip my mind and then I had other things on and whatnot, but I’m here now and I’m going to be sharing with you my favourite things for this month. 1,099 more words

Dan Brown's Inferno: About As Enjoyable As Dante's




I must confess I didn’t finish this much anticipated to follow-up to The Da Vinci Code, as the novel is so chock full of cliche’s, I figure I’ve read or seen the ending already in some other novel or movie. 144 more words

Blog Tour Book Review: The Lost Catacomb by Shifra Hochberg

Title: The Lost Catacomb written by Shifra Hochberg
Genre: Historical Mystery
Publisher: Enigma Press (an imprint of GMTA Publishing)
Page count: 257
Format: Ebook (read on Nook App for Microsoft Surface) 739 more words

Book Reviews

Giving the whole 'religion thing' another go.

“Religion is flawed, but only because man is flawed. The church consists of a brotherhood of imperfect, simple souls wanting only to be a voice of compassion in a world spinning out of control.” 929 more words