Tuesday, June 14, 2011

The Blessing Giving the Gift of Unconditional Love and Acceptance By John Trent & Gary Smalley

The Blessing Giving the Gift of Unconditional Love and Acceptance
By John Trent & Gary Smalley

This book was amazing-the messages inside were powerful-I actually had to put the book down quite a few times because I teared up. The stories from others inside was so touching, and some were just heartbreaking. I recommend this story to parents-or even those that didn’t grow up in such a great household-it will truly make you see the beauty and understanding. I really enjoyed reading this book; and cannot wait to read more of their writing! I received a copy from book sneeze in exchange for a review, I did not have to give a positive review and all opinions are my own.

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

A Vision of Lucy By Margaret Brownley

A Vision of Lucy By Margaret Brownley

Lucy Fairbanks, a girl has a love for photography-unfortunately that tends to get her in trouble; as you follow through the book, you begin to wonder how can the events happening possibly be happening without any explanation? Well, it’s always been said God has a sense of humor and has no problems showing it in this book. Lucy meets a fellow by the name of David Wolf in snapping a photo of him-it turns into much more than the lovers could have possible imagined. Read it if you get a chance-it really is worth a read. I received this book free of charge in exchange for a review-I hear by stand all opinions are my own and I was not required to write a positive review.

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Strike It Rich with Pocket Change By Ken Potter and Dr. Brian Allen

 Strike It Rich with Pocket Change By Ken Potter and Dr. Brian Allen

This book was somewhat of an interesting one to read; it shows you how to find mistakes in coins-the most noticeable the mistakes are, the more valuable the coin. I liked reading this for information; but I don’t think I’ll ever be that lucky to come across anything valuable. I loved reading this though and plan on using the book in the future for examining coins. I received this book from book sneeze via electronic ebook and the opinion expressed is solemnly my own. I was not required to write a positive review on it.

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Jesus, My Father, The CIA, and Me

Jesus, My Father, The CIA, and Me By Ian Cron

The book I got was damaged, somehow a small hole was made (most likely by my postal service as this has happened before) The book received water damage and was unreadable. Unfortunately my postal service really doesn’t care about things coming to me as none of my packages have ever come in crisp condition. I will request this as an ebook if it is added; if I’m allowed. I will update a review for it later. I’m sorry I cannot give a proper review on it, but the book has sustained a huge amount of water damage to it and it is unreadable.

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

The Seraph Seal

The Seraph Seal is a book that’s a long time coming. I’ve been waiting to read this book for quite sometime-and it didn’t disappoint. I was enthralled in the book the whole time I was reading it, and managed to finish this book in about a day. I can’t wait to read more from this author-the plot moved so smoothly, and the characters were on the edge. I had trouble focusing as all I wanted to do was keep reading-get this book! You will be glad that you did! I got this book free from book sneeze, and the opinions held are solemnly my own.

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Beyond All Measure By Dorothy Love

Beyond All Measure By Dorothy Love is a wonderful book that certainly kept the reader interested down to the very last chapter. I like how the book moves at a great steady pace while the book’s plot flowed in a flawless manner. It’s one of her firsts and for it being first she didn’t disappoint! The plot starts off with Ada Wentworth, a woman that journeys to Hickory Ridge Tennessee; her dark past following her after a broken engagement and left poor, but regardless; she took out an ad to care for Lillian Willis; an elderly lady who also happens to be the aunt of lumber Jack owner Wyatt Caldwell; sparks fly between the two setting off a chain reaction, in a complicated twist and turns of events that will be sure to have you captivated. This story was very interested; the conflicts and resolves with the characters were flawless; one that I will be sure to re-read again. The author did such an amazing job. I recommend this book to people who like to read this type of fiction. Read the book, you won’t be disappointed.

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

The Final Summit: A Quest to Find the One Principle That Will Save Humanity, an interesting plot with a pretty decent storyline to boot. If we could save humanity just by solving a puzzle and go back into time; I think we'd be a lot more successful then we are now. The author really indulges into the book and really shows us humanity. It's quite an interesting book and I do recommend it. I'm not really sure what else I can say about it. I know it's not 200 words but I don't really know what detail I can get into other than it did have some minor holes, but they were so slight. The book itself is good so check it out!