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Book Review - The raw shark texts

I almost don’t want to review this book here as when I picked it up from the library I really had no idea what I was in for, and discovering it along the way was a heck of a ride. 371 more words



by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Fourth Estate 2013

I really enjoyed this beautifully written novel. A love story across continents, but so much more.

The novel tells the story of Ifemelu, a Nigerian woman, who moves to America to study at university, leaving her first lover, Obinze, back home in Lagos. 168 more words

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Magic For Beginners By Kelly Link

I think I’m the beginner when it comes to Kelly Link. This is her first book I’ve read and it’s left me very conflicted. First off I want to say, the woman can write, I mean really write. 128 more words


Tracing the Trinity: a book review.

Peter Leithart is a fun theologian. As professor of theology and literature at New Saint Andrews College, contributing editor for Touchstone and president of Theopolis Institute, his books often wed theology with cultural, literary or historical connections.  633 more words

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Anthony Doerr Blitzes Pulitzer

Anthony Doerr, aged 42 and based in Ohio, has been awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction for All the Light We Cannot See. Read below for a review of the prize-winning book by Maureen Eppen from our May 2014 issue! 246 more words


A Mother and Father Overcome Questions Of Faith To Find Grace With Their Daughter

Bella’s Gift” is a book by Rick and Karen Santorum, along with Elizabeth Santorum, who writes the introduction. Michael W. Smith writes a brief foreword.   503 more words

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