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Friends - happy Tuesday! Because it's a Tuesday. Uh, huh. Yep. Anyways, today I have a double review post, since I have two review books today. 😉 The two books are Unfolding (a mystery standalone) by Jonathan Friesen, and Eleanor (a ... some kind of contemporary ... magical realism, maybe?) by Jason Gurley. Enjoy! Jonah wishes... Continue Reading →

Deliver by Tricia Mingerink ~ Review :'(

Guys. I think that you remember the books that I reviewed: The Blades of Acktar (Dare, Deny, Defy, Destroy)? Well TODAY is the release day of the final book: Deliver by Tricia Mingerink! Guys, I'm soooo sad. But in honor of that, I'm writing a review for that today! Yay! I hope that y'all enjoy!... Continue Reading →

Crannig Castle – Blog Tour

Hey everyone! So sorry for the later(er) post! Anyways, Today I'm part of the blog tour for Morgan Huneke's newest book, Crannig Castle (the third and final book in the Time Captives series). I'm reviewing it, and I hope that you enjoy it! (P.S. Don't forget to read everyone else's posts!) God, please look after... Continue Reading →

Gilt Hollow – Lorie Langdon

Hey everyone! Sorry I went AWOL last week! I was EXHAUSTED (when am I not???) and didn't feel like getting a post up. Anyways, today I'm reviewing a book titled Gilt Hollow by Lorie Langdon. Willow Lamott’s best friend is a murderer, and no one in the small town of Gilt Hollow will let her... Continue Reading →

Sparrow: Mandy Fender

I'm back this week, with the second book in the Defier series by Mandy Fender (you can find my first review //here//)! And let me tell ya, if you read this book, prepare for an emotional roller-coaster! The fight has only just begun... Lennox Winters is guilty. She stood in defiance against the Regime when... Continue Reading →

My First Read of Miss Mandy Fender

Defier: The Girl Who Stood. Defier #1. Mandy Fender. Review. Awesomeness. A Young Adult novel inspired by Christian bravery. When her faith makes her a target, Lennox Winters must leave everything she knows behind, and face the harsh truth of what her world has become. The raised scar on her chest reminds her she still has... Continue Reading →

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