Monthly Archives: February 2012

A Voice in the Wind by Francine Rivers

I am hereby changed again! This book, the first book in “The Mark of the Lion” series, (a trilogy), was my initial introduction to Francine Rivers. Most women bibliophiles will know the name Francine Rivers, as a romance writer, turned … Continue reading

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Three From Galilee by Marjorie Holmes

This is a wonderful, “You never know, it just might  or could have happened this way,” story that deals with a subject that has been on the mind of every follower of our Lord Jesus. What was it like, the … Continue reading

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Beyond the Farthest Star by Brock and Brodie Thoene & Andrew Librizzi

Let me say first that I am a huge Brock and Brodie Thoene fan!  I have read (and wept, and laughed,) through their wonderful series  A.D.Chronicles, The Zion Covenant, The Zion Chronicles, The Zion Legacy, and The Man from Shadow … Continue reading

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Imperial Earth by Arthur C. Clarke

This book was a mind blowing experience for me!  I have never been a huge science fiction fan, but I had come across a video on YouTube, where Arthur C. Clark, (described as a futurist) was describing in 1964 what … Continue reading

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Two From Galilee by Marjorie Holmes

Two From Galilee (A Love Story of Mary and Joseph) by Marjorie Holmes is the kind of book that opened my eyes to a deeper understanding of God’s Word. It is as if the Lord has truly anointed this wonderful … Continue reading

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Swamp Water by Vereen Bell

In this time of living life at a break-your-neck pace, “Swamp Water” by Vereen Bell (published by Brown Thrasher Books, The University of Georgia Press) is a welcome respite.  Written in 1940, by Vereen Bell, the son of a Cario, … Continue reading

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