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The Man Born to Be King: Wade Annotated Edition

Sayers helps readers understand Jesus’ role as Messiah, prophet, and king and what made him the most unexpected man his audience had ever seen.

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Saplings of Sherwood

In short, Balestri presents a Robin Hood novel that succeeds as historical fiction, coming-of-age story, and adventure tale. A great start to what looks to be a wonderful Robin Hood series.

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Owen Barfield on C.S. Lewis: An Unforgettable Literary and Intellectual Friendship

The way this book describes moments where Barfield agreed, and also moments where he disagreed with Lewis, make it a worthwhile book even for readers who aren’t Inklings specialists. The essays show an affectionate yet competitive friendship that lasted for decades, encompassing differences of opinion.

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Blood from a Stone

All in all, Blood from Stone proves to be a witty, enchanting memoir with some great insights, insights that will appeal even to people who aren’t wine lovers.

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