This may be the real gift of this book and its real magic, Susan Petrone’s moving us from indifference to understanding and caring for others and our world, and that’s a very real transformation.Continue reading
It turned out to be the fast paced thriller I was looking for but I was left cold by the ending.
Everything went barreling toward a climax and then it just kind of ended.
“Stiefvater’s razor-sharp characterizations, drily witty dialogue, and knack for unexpected metaphors and turns of phrase make for sumptuous, thrilling reading … A brutal cliffhanger ensures that readers will snap up the final installment the second it’s available.”Continue reading
A satisfying conclusion to the series but one in which rereading the first two books might be in order. (Unless, you just have a much better memory than I do, in which case dive in and enjoy the conclusion)Continue reading
We tell ourselves lies and alter our memories in ways large and small. Most often we do it to retain a semblance of control, at least in our minds, in a chaotic world.
Interestingly, this can be a good and a bad thing …Continue reading
Should book blogging be pure love of reading or corrupted by financial motives? Or is it maybe some place awkwardly in between?Continue reading
An earnest and heartfelt exploration of Merritt’s spiritual journey but also an odd blend of Southern Baptist evangelical culture and progressive attempts to rework faith in light of modern experience and perspectives.Continue reading
As a basic introduction to this foundational tale, this volume was pretty handy and one you could recommend to any one wanting just the basics.Continue reading