For the Conflict of the Ages series, ancient history is the end of the Ice Age to the destruction of Jerusalem and the first temple by Babylon. The better preserved documents of Greece, Rome, China and India are Classic History for the Conflict of the Ages series. Ancient history is pieced together from millions of … Continue reading Dating the Ice Age Part Two: From the End of the Ice Age to the Destruction of Jerusalem by Babylon
4 Stars If you love fantasy RPG games you will love this book. There aren’t so many characters that you get lost, but there is a rich diversity along with familiar types. Rogues and clerics, mages, and paladins dot the landscape, as well as cooks and bards and bad guys. Johnson has done some … Continue reading Review of Chadash Chronicles Book 1: Fool’s Errand by David G. Johnson
I have read several books by this author and enjoy both his writing style and the content of his works. But I must admit that I am not part of the target audience; Normal Folk. No one has ever accused me of being "normal." On my android 7" ebook reader, type set to 100%, this … Continue reading The Training Place of Mankind; God’s Creation Explained For Normal Folk by David Bergsland A Book Review by Michael J. Findley
This post originally came from Christ, Fiction, and Video Games, the blog and online home of Brad Francis. Sorry, I didn't manage to preserve all the links, but you can find them in his post linked below. Thank, you, Brad! http://christfictionandvideogames.blogspot.com/2013/05/the-pprentices-puppets-pirates-and.html Wednesday, May 15, 2013 Ask me what sort of books I like to read. … Continue reading “Stolen” from Brad Francis, who doesn’t do reviews … The ‘Pprentices, the Puppets, the Pirates and the Potboiler
David Bergsland neither contacted me nor does he know me. In order to be honest, he reviewed our book Antidisestablishmentarianism, a book as long as 3 or 4 doctoral dissertations. For that I feel a great moral obligation to review not just one, but several of David Bergsland's book. This influence, though considerable, is the … Continue reading Book Review: The Narrow Gate: How to Thrive During the Great Falling Away by David Bergsland
I read the first book in this series and have been looking forward to the second. Yates has some wonderful characters. This story changes points of view several times since the Special Ops team is scattered around -- Babylon, Jerusalem, and locations in Russia. Matt's experiences should drive readers to prayer because his ordeal is … Continue reading Review of Pharmacia: Those Magic Arts: Revelation Special Ops, book 2 (Volume 2)
The last book review I did brought up some interesting questions about a book review. Book reviews are different from most other forms of writing in several ways. First, whether a book review is printed in a print magazine, newspaper or electronically in a blog or on facebook, the first few lines will be printed … Continue reading So, What Is a Book Review Anyway?
If you search for a book, you might go to a library or a bookstore. You might be looking for a magazine or newspaper, or even searching online for an ebook. As you search, you will find that modern fiction dominates. In some places, such as used bookstores, you will find hundreds of fiction books … Continue reading War And Peace: A Book Review
McKenzie Worthington is a desperate woman. She lives in a world of such wealth and privilege she has never even had to spoon food onto her own plate. She is willing to give it all up. Temporarily, at least. Someone must rescue her sister from a truly terrifying marriage in the wilds of frontier Montana, … Continue reading “This Is Not a Small Thing!”
(originally published in French in 1850) Over 99% of everything ever written is not worth reading. Of those higher quality works which contribute to spiritual growth, more than 99% of those are only worth reading once. A tiny number are worthy of a second or third look. The Law, a tiny book of less than … Continue reading The Law by Claude Frédéric Bastiat
Review of Growth Lessons by Naty Matos Naty Matos says she has been through some tough times, but she doesn't dwell on them in this work. She keeps a sweet, cheerful attitude, a lot like the gardener, while gently and persistently digging around our roots, aerating our soil, fertilizing our ground, and … Continue reading This “Blog in a Book” Waters Christian Seedlings!
Review of They Met at Shiloh by Phillip M. Bryant I think I was required to read The Red Badge of Courage in High School. Normally a compliant student, I failed to complete that assignment. I don't really like war stories, particularly graphically realistic and gruesome ones. I did, however, finish reading They Met at … Continue reading Unlike Stephen Crane’s Red Badge of Courage, They Met At Shiloh Gives Us Hope
Also, please check out our cover redesigns and let us know what you think! https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.351117068247836.100610.149992491693629&type=1 Every Star Trek the fan must admit that nothing exciting ever happens until someone does something incredibly stupid. By writing this story from the first person point of view of a 17-year-old girl, Mary Findley makes the opening chapters very … Continue reading Review of Hope and the Knight of the Black Lion by Michael Findley and Guest blog “Character Interview”for Vienta
We all need heroes, and some of us even need to be heroes. The vigilante seeking justice is certainly not a new or original idea, but R.M. Strong has put, for me, a highly desirable twist on it with the story teenaged Tamara Weatherby. I'll talk about the twist shortly. Tamara's family and scores of … Continue reading Review of Karis by R.M. Strong
This is the cover image for the book, created by Levi Whitworth. This book is copyrighted by Emmy Swain. It should not be copied or downloaded for any reason. "Meet Franklin Bean" is a children's fantasy chapter book by Emmy Swain, illustrated by Levi Whitworth. I reviewed this book for the author and she provided … Continue reading Kids Need Friends and Heroes