Tag Archives: Autobiography

Grateful American: A Journey from Self to Service

The book is an easy read, written in a very conversational tone as if the reader is listening to Sinise simply talk. He jumps around in time once in a while, but always offers time markers and, really, much of the chronology is less important than the stories he provides. The book is uplifting, showing a slice of America at its best.

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(Book review) Stranger No More: A Muslim Refugee’s Story of Harrowing Escape, Miraculous Rescue, and the Quiet Call of Jesus

Reviewed by: Elissa Harkness, a professional writing major at Taylor University   Introduction Title: Stranger No More: A Muslim Refugee’s Story of Harrowing Escape, Miraculous Rescue, and the Quiet Call of Jesus Author: Annahita Parsan with Craig Borlase Publisher: Thomas Nelson Books Publication Date: November 14, 2017 Format: Print book Length: 270 Pages OVERVIEW This book follows the life of Annahita Parsan, a […]

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(Book review) Salvation on Death Row

Reviewed by: Alyssa Roat, a professional writing major at Taylor University   Introduction Title: Salvation on Death Row Author: John T. Thorngren Publisher: KiCam Projects Publication Date: : 1/9/18 Format: Print book Length: 207 pages OVERVIEW This book tells the story of Pamela Perillo, a woman convicted of capital murder in 1980 and sentenced to Death Row. From her humble beginnings growing up […]

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(Book review) Going Down to the River

Reviewed by: Clark Murray, a professional writing major at Taylor University   Introduction Title: Going Down to the River Author: Doug Seegers with Steve Eubanks Publisher: Thomas Nelson Publication Date: September 11, 2018 Format: Paperback Length: 232 pages OVERVIEW A riveting account of living at the canyon and peaks of life, Seegers’s story of redemption through faith will impact all readers. Few […]

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