Tag Archives: Dystopia

(Book review) The Valley of the Dry Bones

Reviewed by Katherine Hiegel, a professional writing major at Taylor University.   Introduction Title: The Valley of the Dry Bones Author: Jerry B. Jenkins Publisher: Worthy Publishing Publication Date: 2016 Format: Print book Length: 323 pages OVERVIEW In this Christian quasi-dystopia, the state of California has been rendered almost uninhabitable by a relentless 17-year drought. As a result, the territory is […]

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(Book Review) The Choosing

Who am I? It’s a question that looms before everyone, and the world offers a thousand answers. I am a consumer. I am a patriot. I am an athlete. I am a husband. I am a wife. Yet, ultimately, these identities will all break down. They are faulty, insufficient. In this cacophony of answers, one is often drowned out, even, sadly, for those in the church: I am a child of God, redeemed by Christ.

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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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