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The Art of the Fall

He’d learned long ago that it wasn’t always the fall that mattered.  Sometimes, it was the art of the fall.  It had happened before.  The scene had been awe-inspiring and terrifying at the same time.  283 more words

The Castle on the Hill by Elizabeth Goudge (1942)

Review by Thecla W:

It is early in the War. Miss Brown, aged around 40, has had her boarding house requisitioned by the Army and is in London, staying with a cousin and unsuccessfully looking for work. 1,032 more words

Book Reviews

To the Depths of Hell

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I know it’s been awhile. This time I have a valid excuse. I went away to Vietnam and was lucky enough to marry the love of my life and the most beautiful and incredible girl I have ever met. 123 more words


Godslayer in "God is Objectively Real" (Part Two)

Emilio sighed as he sat down.  “Long day,” he muttered, toeing off his shoes and sliding them under his cot.  He lived in a 10×10 studio with a stainless steel toilet in the corner.  1,606 more words


The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom

The Five People You Meet in Heaven

by Mitch Albom

I heard this story was so good (as in a must read with an explanation mark) from multiple people, and I came across a book review on it one day (whilst blog surfing), so I thought I might aswell get the book. 504 more words


The Godslayer in "God is Objectively Real" (Part One)

“Everyone gets the quotes wrong, which is what really drives me nuts.  Like the whole ‘in His own image’ bit.  That drives me absolutely nuts.  Don’t look at me like that, it does, it… 2,110 more words