Category Archives: Reviews

Death at Thorburn Hall

This is the first I have seen of the Drew Fathering series, but I’m glad I found out about it. Julianna Deering does a good job at writing a story that holds your attention and keeps you turning the page to find out what happens. There is a variety of story types in Death at […]


Renegades

Though they have been through a lot already, Sean and Dillon are still learning about their new positions in life. After using their abilities to save a family friend, they find themselves on the wrong side of a secret group in the Human Assembly. Now, they must face another danger from people who want to […]


The Rogue

Irina Kirilenko makes a huge, and troubling, discovery of a large body in space on a trajectory that will take it dangerously close to Mars. When she goes to her superiors with this, it is squelched and she is warned to not pursue it or talk about it. Soon, she and several other people find […]


How to Think

I often find myself wondering if people do that much thinking anymore. There are times that it seems like people live by the idea of act now, and think about it later if you have time. I try to think things through, but I had someone once tell that I thought too much. Having said […]


True Identity

There are a lot of sources that teens turn to in their search for a personal identity, all the different types of media, celebrities, people around them. This can lead many teens to form a mixed up, and even flat out wrong view of who they are supposed to be. Our true identity, no matter […]


The Martyr’s Oath

Christians know about persecution, we’ve been warned by Jesus that it will happen. However, many of us don’t face anything worse than name calling and being avoided. There have been millions in other countries that have been beaten, imprisoned, and killed for following Christ. In The Martyr’s Oath, Johnnie Moore leaves us with a simple […]


Box of Awesome Things

What’s better than something awesome? A whole box of awesome things. Now you can introduce your child to all kinds of things that are great, all while they have fun. With 38 cards, plus two that you can use to make your own matched set, kids can play and learn. The rules are simple, so […]


The Delusion

Owen Edmond’s new school is plagued by a rash of suicides. He does his best to not let things get to him, but a terrible experience leaves him able to see the real cause behind the suicides. At first, he thinks he’s going crazy, but he comes to realize that everyone else is under The […]


Crown of Souls

Cole Russell thought he was finally going to be able to move on, maybe even leave the “Tox” moniker behind. Until he and those close to him are again drawn into a race to stop a threat to innocent people. Crown of Souls is the second book in The Tox Files, and like the first […]


Rewordable

I frequently break down long words and see what other words can be made from the letters, so a game where you’re given letters and play to form words seemed like a good thing to try. The instructions are simple, and you can get started playing the game in just a few minutes. Though there […]