Table in the Darkness

(Book Review) Table in the Darkness

Blum takes the reader on a journey through her problems with an eating disorder and depression. Being up and down with severe weight issues caused problems with movement, breathing, socializing, buying clothes, holding a job, and even with praying.

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First Principle

(Book Review) The First Principle

This dystopian futuristic young adult novel challenges the mind and soul of readers. In the future United Regions of North America, Vivica Wilkins appears to be a normal sixteen-year-old girl despite being the daughter of a governor.

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Song of Blessing Series

(Book Review) To Everything a Season/A Harvest of Hope

In the Song of Blessing series, the author returns to the Red River Valley of North Dakota as the setting for the romance of Trygve Knutson and nurse-in-training, Miriam Hastings.

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When June Comes

(Book Review) When June Comes

During the 1969 school year, Virgil Martin and his fellow teachers deal with a difficult principal, student antics, a peer’s death, and a troubled teen, all while struggling with war and protests at the turn of the decade.

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As Waters Gone By

(Book Review) As Waters Gone By

Welcome to Madeline Island, home of… Well, Emmalyn Ross hopes it will be her home. After living untethered since her husband’s prison sentence, Emmalyn returns to the cottage they bought long ago. Perhaps restoring their old place will warm her heart toward Max’s pending release.

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4th and Four

(Book Review) 4th and Four

4th And Four is an autobiography that uses anecdotes and stories to reveal the importance of having good, godly friends who will be there for one another when life has unexpected ups and downs.

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Peter Got Out of the Boat

(Book Review) Peter Got Out of the Boat

This book takes an in-depth look at the story of Peter walking on water in Matthew 14. It begins by examining the passage’s background, starting with Peter’s call to be a disciple; then, it moves to studying the story itself.

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