Tag: book review

Go Set a Watchman

Go Set a Watchman in no way rivals the brilliance of To Kill a Mockingbird, but it does have immense value in its own right.

The Maze Runner

Outside the towering stone walls that surround the Glade is a limitless, ever-changing maze. It’s the only way out—and no one’s ever made it through alive.

Princesses Don’t Get Fat, by Aya Ling

A fairy tale romance with a plus-sized heroine and plenty of dessert! Amazon Page: http://www.amazon.com/Princesses-Dont-Get-Fat-ebook/dp/B00AXOP7MY (This book is currently FREE on Amazon Kindle!) Amazon Summary: Princess Valeria of Amaranta is fat, but she doesn’t care. All she wants is to eat a lot and lead an idle life. When it is apparent that she cannot […]

Interrupted, by Rachel Coker

Emily Rachelle Reviews, by Emily From Amazon: “Can love really heal all things? If Sam Carroll hadn’t shown up, she might have been able to get to her mother in time. Instead, Allie Everly finds herself at a funeral, mourning the loss of her beloved mother. She is dealt another blow when, a few hours […]

Connection, by Emily Ann Ward

Emily Rachelle Reviews Anna and Aaron have read each other’s minds – literally – since they met as kids. Eight years later, their touch sets off massive electric currents and a mysterious agency claims there are others like them. I’m just going to jump right in with this one, since I can’t come up with […]

Sneak by Evan Angler

Emily Rachelle Reviews, by Emily A secret Markless community is growing across the globe, and Logan Langly’s mission to save his sister is about to bring them all together. I’ve been waiting for this book from the moment I finished Swipe, and I was not disappointed.  The voice of each character and the writing style of […]

The Insatiable Quest for Beauty, by Tiffany Dawn

Nonfiction Book Review, by Libby Have you ever wished you were beautiful? Again and again, we are told that true beauty is on the inside, but in a photo-shopped world, it is hard to find our true beauty in Christ. In this heartfelt and honest book, Tiffany Dawn shares her struggle of trying to feel […]

3 Young Adult Books You Won’t Want to Miss

by Katty Gomes This winter is going to be very exciting for young adult book readers as many interesting books are coming true for them. These young adult books will take you to the peak of excitement and entertainment. Here are 3 new young adult books that you would love to read. Title: All The […]

Made to Crave for Young Women

Libbi’s Nonfiction Book Review Made to Crave for Young Women, by Shaunti Feldhahn and Lysa TerKeurst (This book was given to me for free from Zstreet team.) Every single person, man, woman, boy or girl, has a longing on the inside of us. The longing for something more. We have longings to be loved, to […]

Howl’s Moving Castle, by Diana Wynne Jones

Bookshelf of a (Maybe) Teen Author, by Emily Russell “A wonderful blend of humor, magic, and romance.” – Publishers Weekly After a great sleepover, during which I was introduced to the movie version of this story, I knew I simply had to read this book. So I bought it from Gottwal’s and put everything else […]

Peace Be With You

Nonfiction Book Review ~by Libbi~ Peace Be With You: Monastic Wisdom for a Terror-Filled World, by David Carlson Love. Doesn’t that seem to be lacking in our culture today? With wars, lawsuits, and crimes running rampant, it seems that we have a little more hate in our culture then we do love. This is one […]

When You Reach Me

The Bookshelf, by Rebekah Hall. Genres can be misleading. Their sole purpose in life is to categorize stories into particular little slots, so that their labels can glisten from a utilitarian shelf.  Of course, that’s not to say that they are useless, but most people tend to take them far more seriously than they should, […]

The Queen’s Thief Series

The Bookshelf, by Rebekah Hall. Gen can steal anything, or so he says. Of all the claims made by self-confident fools, in this case a common thief off the streets of Sounis, this one seems the most empty-handed;  until the day Gen decides to prove it.  He was quite serious when said anything, and he […]