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Murder on the Moor - A Drew Farthering Mystery Book #5

“Murder on the Moor” by Julianna Deering is a novel about friendship, clandestine activities, village eccentrics, and murder. The dialogue reeks of Britain. I found this very enjoyable. This novel takes place in the Yorkshire moors in the v...

4 Stars

For Love and Honor

I have enjoyed every book that I have read of Jody Hudlund. I loved “For Love and Honor” just as much! This medieval fantasy series is one of my absolute favorites! The author has a way of grabbing you and keeping you reading until the very...

5 Stars
  • Author: Jody Hedlund
  • Review by: CrossroadReview
  • Genre: YA
  • Tags: * Young Adult, Historical Fiction, Religion & Spirituality, Romantic Elements
  • Publisher: Zondervan

Talk Yourself Happy - Transform Your Heart by Speaking God's Promises

"Talk Yourself Happy", by Kristi Watts, is an uplifting book that is great for someone on hard times. We all go through struggles at one point or another. Kristi offers viable solutions on how to cope with these struggles and how to control...

4 Stars

Miriam - A Treasures of the Nile Novel, #2

I want to start this review by saying that I read book 1 in this series and I retained more information from it then I ever did from school or catechism. I in fact did not remember much of the old-testament at all and really enjoyed how the...

5 Stars

Hester on the Run - Hester’s Hunt for Home, #1

“Hester on the Run” by Linda Byler was an Amish novel with a different twist. This book was set in Pennsylvania in the 1700’s, earlier than most Amish stories that I’ve previously read. The story about a Lanape baby foundling taken in by a...

4 Stars
  • Author: Linda Byler
  • Review by: Barb
  • Genre: Mainstream
  • Tags: Amish, Historical Fiction, Religion & Spirituality
  • Publisher: Good Books

The Dog That Saved Stewart Coolidge

This is a riveting, feel-good, and fascinating novel! There are realistic issues and believable characters. The novel also has a Christian background. What makes this novel special is how, at times, the plot is from the dog's point-of-view...

5 Stars

The Rescued - Keepers of the Promise, #2

Though this book focuses on two Amish families, many of the themes reflect many non-Amish families. Every mother faces the choices on doing what is best for their child. Outside forces, peer pressure and so much more make the choices diffic...

5 Stars
  • Author: Marta Perry
  • Review by: Terri
  • Genre: Mainstream
  • Tags: Amish, * Contemporary, Religion & Spirituality
  • Publisher: Berkley

Simply Open - A Guide to Experiencing God in the Everyday

Simply Open is a simple book. I say that because it breaks down the process of praying into such easy to follow steps. There are a lot of books these days that present the idea of religion and praying. This one relates communicating with Go...

4 Stars

The Forgiven - Keepers of the Promise, #1

The Forgiven is a heartbreaking, uplifting story of two women born decades apart yet connected by pain and troubles. Rebecca’s story is tightly interwoven with Anne’s story, and with the threads of faith and hope binding them together made...

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  • Author: Marta Perry
  • Review by: Emma
  • Genre: Mainstream
  • Tags: Amish, Religion & Spirituality, * Contemporary
  • Publisher: Berkley

The Fun of Staying in Touch - How Our Loved Ones Contact Us and How We Can Contact Them

Ms. Grimes explains to us that it’s easier than we think to communicate with our deceased loved ones. She provides examples of how our loved ones reach out to us and explains that we have to be opened to receiving these endearing messages o...

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The Fun of Dying

In this self-help book, Ms. Grimes provides her readers insight into the ever pending question is there life after death. Not speaking from any one particular point-of-view, the author instead offers answers to her readers by presenting evi...

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My Boy, Ben - A Story of Love, Loss and Grace

David Wheaton has traveled the world being a professional tennis player at a young age. There truly hasn’t been a place he hasn’t seen considering the amount of traveling he’s done over the years. But lately, all this traveling seems to be...

3 Stars

Thrive - Student Edition - Digging Deep, Reaching Out

“God didn’t put you and me here just so we can survive through hard times. He put us here to thrive, to dig deep and reach out,” explains Mark Hall, author and lead singer of Casting Crowns. Thrive is a very engaging read that will encourag...

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  • Authors: Mark Hall, Tim Luke
  • Review by: AugustBaby
  • Genre: YA
  • Tags: * Young Adult, Religion & Spirituality
  • Publisher: Zondervan

Surviving Henry - Adventures in Loving a Canine Catastrophe

When Erin Taylor Young brings home a new adorable Boxer puppy named Henry, she doesn’t know what her family and her are up against. This new bundle of fur finds himself in every precarious predicament possible no matter where he turns. So m...

4 Stars
  • Author: Erin Taylor Young
  • Review by: Diana Coyle
  • Genre: Mainstream
  • Tags: Animals & Pets, * Contemporary, Religion & Spirituality
  • Publisher: Revell

Notes from a Blue Bike - The Art of Living Intentionally in a Chaotic World

Notes from a Blue Bike by Tsh Oxenreider was a book that caught my eye. When I saw the title of this book, I was under the impression that the book involved traveling on a blue bike. Well, I got the “traveling” part right. The blue bike in...

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Like No Other

Like No Other is a very bittersweet story. Both Devorah and Jaxson are bright, honest, and hardworking young people whose coming together would have been a welcome happening, had circumstances been different. Though this story is touted to...

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  • Author: Una LaMarche
  • Review by: WTFAreYouReading
  • Genre: YA
  • Tags: Romantic Elements, Diverse Books, Religion & Spirituality
  • Publisher: Razorbill

TIME LIFE Everything You Need To Know About the Bible

Time Life, Everything You Need To Know About the Bible, is a very informative reference book. The book is broken down into time periods. The Old Testament is broken down quite clearly and in a way that I could understand what was going on....

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A Broken Kind of Beautiful

For me this novel wasn't as inspirational as I had hoped. I wasn't as fond of Ivy, the main character of the plot, as I would have hoped and often times she came off a bit too strong and unwilling to correct the errors that were considered...

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  • Author: Katie Ganshert
  • Review by: LWynters
  • Genre: Romance
  • Tags: * Romance: Inspirational, Women's Fiction, Religion & Spirituality
  • Publisher: WaterBrook Press

PUSH - Pray Until Something Happens: Divine Principles for Praying with Confidence, Discerning God's Will, and Blessing Others

Push, by Jurgen Matthesius, is a single point of view about how to ‘pray with confidence’ and ‘discern God’s will’. The summarization of this book drew me in immediately. Everyone who prays would like to know it is for a purpose. I agreed w...

3 Stars

Fifty Years in Polygamy - Big Secrets and Little White Lies

With the increased interest in polygamy, Ms. Decker decided to share her story. She grew up in a polygamist home and eventually became part of a plural marriage. This book is a reflection of her life and experiences. However, this book star...

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Missing & Presumed Dead - A Psychic's Search for Justice

Gale St. John realized at a very young age that she was very different. She could see, hear and feel things it seemed others couldn’t. At first, she didn’t know what to make of all these strange occurrences, but over time she realized she h...

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The Wrong Enemy

This wasn't my type of story, but I was still able to appreciate it and even enjoy certain aspects of it. Jane Lebak takes you on a journey of the tortured soul. She shows us how hard it is to live with the decisions we make even if we beli...

3 Stars

Shadows of the Past - Logan Point, #1

Behind the doors and gates our past are many unsettled truths, issues and questions. In Patricia Bradley's novel Shadows in the Past the audience can easily get caught up in the suspense and the characters strategic analytical skills used t...

4 Stars
  • Author: Patricia Bradley
  • Review by: Bookshifter
  • Genre: Suspense
  • Tags: Suspense: Mystery, Religion & Spirituality
  • Publisher: Revell

Beulah the Bull

When forty-year-old Susan Ann Jones loses her job, she decides to take a step back to assess her life. The best thing for her to do right now is to start fresh and simplify things for herself. Susan decides to place a bid on a piece of prop...

5 Stars

Your Life After Their Death - A Medium's Guide to Healing After a Loss

Karen Noe, a psychic medium, presents not only exercises for everyone to try in connecting to loved ones that have already passed over to the afterlife, but also she supplies plenty of sample stories to back all the information she provides...

5 Stars

Complete Book of Tarot Spreads

I have to say that this has got to be one of the simplest books on Tarot that I've read in a while. That was one of the best things about it. It doesn't give you pages of information on the tarot, because well if you are reading this book y...

4 Stars

Everyone Prays - Celebrating Faith Around the World

What a wonderful way to show while we’re all different, we’re all the same. This story takes its readers around the world and explores how many different major and not so major religions pray. From Christians to Native Americans to Hindus t...

5 Stars
  • Author: Alexis York Lumbard
  • Review by: Terri
  • Genre: Mainstream
  • Tags: Kids: Children's, Religion & Spirituality
  • Publisher: Wisdom Tales

Growing Up Duggar - It's All About Relationships

The four eldest Duggar daughters- Jana, Jill, Jessa and Jinger- have decided to write a book together telling their fans about all their blessings and advantages in which each of them have been given because they are a Duggar girl. In very...

5 Stars

Smitten Book Club

When Heather stumbles upon an older book at a rummage sale entitled A Gentlewoman’s Guide to Love and Courtship by Pearl Chambers, she never anticipates that it could change her and her friends’ lives. Once she reads it, she eagerly passes...

5 Stars

Emma of Aurora - The Complete Trilogy

I usually do not like to read trilogies, because I have to look and wait for the next part when I want to continue reading the story if I like it. I was very happy to be able to read Emma of Aurora because all three parts of the trilogy are...

4 Stars

The Gifts They Gave

In this beautifully illustrated children’s Christmas book, Ms. Reeder Eubank tells us the tale of when Jesus was born and how the nativity came to be. Using animals to tell the story of how each one played a vital role in protecting baby Je...

5 Stars

Ghostly Tales - Poltergeists, Haunted Houses, and Messages from Beyond

In this fascinating collection of true paranormal stories, which is told to us by thirty year veteran Billy Roberts, he explains what it was like growing up with a special gift. Being a psychic medium since childhood and having it passed on...

5 Stars

Neb The Great: Shadows of the Past - Deliverance Trilogy, #3

This is a great way to end the trilogy. We went back to the beginning to understand why certain generations became who they were. This is the ultimate blood versus water debate. Do you side with your relatives and keep the status quo of evi...

5 Stars

Ishtar's Redemption: Trial by Fire - Deliverance Trilogy, #2

I read the first book in this series, and I really liked it. I could not wait to read the rest of the trilogy. You can also read each book by itself because there is a family tree in the book and there is also a map and prologue. The first...

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Haunted Rock & Roll - Ghostly Tales of Musical Legends

Through the decades, it seems that plenty of rock and roll legends lived their lives in the fast lane. In doing so, many of them died prematurely. It seems with their premature deaths, their spirits are extremely restless and because of tha...

4 Stars

Autumn Grace - Amish Seasons, #2

“Autumn Grace” was written by Marianne Ellis as one of the novels in her Amish Seasons Series. Ruth Schrock is the oldest of a large family with seven daughters. She helps out on the farm as much as a brother would. Her father is deacon of...

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  • Author: Marianne Ellis
  • Review by: Barb
  • Genre: Mainstream
  • Tags: Amish, Religion & Spirituality
  • Publisher: Berkley

Undaunted - Daring to do what God calls you to do

There are a lot of things holding teens back from going out there into the world to do something wonderful: Fear, peer pressure, abuse, anger, doubts, low self-esteem and an uncertainty of who they really are. But for every problem every te...

5 Stars

Living a Life of Gratitude - Your Journey to Grace, Joy & Healing

In this latest book by Ms. Wiseman, she has taken the time to reflect and write about her own life and tells us about situations she has experienced. She has put them into short stories that everyone can read. Not every story may fit someth...

4 Stars

The Case for the Psalms - Why They Are Essential

There are 150 chapters in the Book of Psalms, and you would think that a book trying to “make a case” for this book of the Bible would therefore be a large one. Surprisingly, it’s not. This little book, The Case for the Psalms by Bible scho...

5 Stars

The Broken Gift

The Broken Gift by Daniel Friedmann is not an easy read. While the book tries to say a lot, it doesn’t really say much at all. Some parts of the book feel like lessons and covers pretty much a lot of information we already know (for example...

3 Stars

The Christmas Quilt - Quilts of Love Series

In this eleventh installment of the Quilts of Love Series, we find two Amish couples that are close to God and who are trying to live their lives the best way they know how by calling upon God’s guidance to assist them through their words a...

4 Stars

Aram - Deliverance Trilogy, #1

I thought that this book was going to be about Aram, however it was about the people that Aram led and the people that he affected. There was a really good paranormal twist in the book and I also loved the clan loyalty as well. This is the...

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Green Fever - Double Trouble

In this children’s story penned by bestselling author, Wanda E. Brunstetter, we are told how Mattie and Mark Miller, twin nine-year-olds, sometimes find themselves jealous because they can’t always have what someone else has or they can’t a...

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Finally and Forever - Katie Weldon Series, Final Title

Having read a previous book by Robin Jones Gunn I had to read this one when I saw it. I also have all of her Glenbrooke series. I love the way Robin brings her characters to life and they have the same issues that a lot of young women can r...

4 Stars

Summer Promise - Amish Seasons, #1

I really enjoyed this first book in the Amish Seasons Series and I found myself immediately drawn into the storyline from the very first page. We find Miriam Brennemann married to the love of her life, Daniel, and they live and work the Ami...

5 Stars

Prairie Song - Hearts Seeking Home, #1

In particular, it is the story of Anna Goben, her mother and grandfather; and of Caroline Milburn, a young widow whose husband died in the war. Anna’s mother is an alcoholic and Anna thinks it would be good for her to have new adventures. H...

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Lydia's Hope - The Lost Sisters of Pleasant Valley, Book One

I love Amish stories and this one by Ms. Perry is no exception. We are introduced to Lydia Beachy who is very much in love with her husband, Adam, and they have two children. Her world is idyllic until one day while talking to her Great Aun...

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Josiah for President

“Josiah for President” by Martha Bolton, who has authored over eighty books, is a wonderful story. I found myself hoping and praying that we in the United States could have such a man as a candidate for President. Although while reading thi...

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  • Author: Martha Bolton
  • Review by: Barb
  • Genre: Mainstream
  • Tags: Amish, Religion & Spirituality
  • Publisher: Zondervan

The Nun and the Narc

Catherine Castle takes readers on an adventuresome journey with this inspirational mystery. Sister Margaret Mary is feisty and loyal and absolutely loveable. Her kind heart gets her in to trouble but her keen mind helps her out of some stic...

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Gone South

Ms. Moseley writes of the lovely south where her characters make you feel as though you are southern even if you aren't. Some of the characters discover that there are secrets in Alabama. There is romance to be had. This story may inspire y...

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