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(Book review) The 49th Mystic

“Matanoia” – a new way of thinking. That is what Rachelle learns when she finds herself
in an unknown world while she is dreaming. Readers of The Circle will be familiar with
this world, where Thomas Hunter lives. Rachelle is thrown into a conflict between good
and evil that touches her life in both worlds, and her challenge is, constantly, to
determine what is true and what isn’t, and to find the Five Seals, in both worlds, before
the evil forces triumph.

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The Ornament Keeper

Subtitled “A Christmas Novella,” Everson’s The Ornament Keeper is a charming story of hope, forgiveness, and the power of our memories and traditions in our lives.

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A War Within: The Praetorian (A War Within #3)

Many of the story’s best scenes are still the battle sequences, but the interplay of emotions and intentions are what make this book truly engaging.

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In His Steps

After reading this book, it is nearly impossible for a reader to step away without reevaluating his or her own complacency and whether he or she is truly living life in a way that glorifies God to the utmost potential.

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