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Coffee Break: Spotlight on George MacDonald

We think George MacDonald should be better remembered by literary history. He was an inspiration to C. S. Lewis, J. R. R. Tolkien, Madeleine L’Engle, Lewis Carroll, and many other fantasy writers. 55 more words


Reading Challenge & Reviews

I stole this reading challenge checklist from bookwyrmknits, (I think its from 2015 but that doesn’t matter) I thought it might help me sort through my TRB list in some kind of order. 396 more words


Poetry Saturday—God Is Sufficient

It is easy to love Him when the blue is in the sky, 

When summer winds are blowing, and we smell the roses nigh; 

There is little effort needed to obey His precious will  158 more words

David Lindsay - A Voyage to Arcturus (1920) Review & interpretation

9.5/10 – review and interpretation

One of my 10 favorite books of all time. In an alien version of Dante’s purgatory, the man Maskull traverses an alien planet in a spiritual journey of enlightenment and personal growth. 1,339 more words

Science Fiction

Bearable- Because Thou Knowest

I cannot tell why this day I am ill; But I am well because it is thy will—

Which is to make me pure and right like thee. 31 more words


Dealings with the Fairies by George MacDonald

George MacDonald, Dealings with the Fairies. London: Alexander Strahan, 1890-1891.

By Kira Hall

Physical Features: The book is blue with gold geometric and floral designs on the front and the title script is very fancy. 2,021 more words


The Princess and the Goblin Book Review

by Heather Bock

“Now, Curdie!” she cried, “Won’t you believe what I told you about my grandmother and her thread?”

For she had felt all the time that Curdie was not believing what she told him.

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