Monthly Archives: July 2017

Rogue Hunters by John Magna

Review: Rogue Hunters by John Magna is the first book in the Mainyu Series. While the book does have somewhat of a slow start, by a third of the way through you are hooked and by half way through you … Continue reading

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RIP Chester Bennington

I know this is a book review blog, but today something happened that I want to write about. Today Chester Bennington, the lead singer of Linkin Park, killed himself. Linkin Park has held a special place in my life and … Continue reading

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The Rage That Follows by Nathaniel Badertscher

Review: The Rage That Follows by Nathaniel Badertscher is a heart wrenching tale of a shepherd and his family. This book is a bit slow to start, but is worth it. This book contains some graphic scenes and if you … Continue reading

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Mr. Mercedes by Stephen King

Review: Mr. Mercedes by Stephen King is the first book in the Bill Hodges Trilogy. This book follows a retired police detective a few months after his retirement. This book sucks you in and keeps you wanting more all the … Continue reading

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Reckoning by Guy Estes

Review: Reckoning by Guy Estes is the second book in the Sisters of the Storm series. This book takes place after Triad, the first book in the series. The story line in this book was just as good, and possibly … Continue reading

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A Marble Heart by Travis Gulbrandson

Review: This book, which is based off of a real story, follows the story of Mrs. Julia Anna Baker and her homes for children. This book was quite moving and as a mother, I cannot understand how someone could treat … Continue reading

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Witchcraft in America by Peggy Saari

Review: Witchcraft in America portrays itself as an overview of Paganism in America from the 1600s to modern day. However, this is very misleading. The book is divided into three section: An Overview, Primary Sources, and Biographies. The first two … Continue reading

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Behind the Badge by J. D. Cunegan

Review: Behind the Badge By J. D. CuneganĀ is the third book in the Jill Anderson series. This book has a gripping story line that pulls you in. The flashbacks are well done and easily marked so you know when they … Continue reading

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