The Secret Life of Sarah Hollenbeck by Bethany Turner

The Secret Life of Sarah Hollenbeck was a refreshing surprise. It’s a sweet story filled with some funny moments, interesting plot movements and a well-constructed premise.  The book touches lightly on faith, Bible knowledge and Christian beliefs but it doesn’t make clear what doctrines it ascribes to. I especially enjoyed the humour in the storytelling, […]

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Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

This is the first Gillian Flynn novel I read. I think this author is a great storyteller and very clever. I do have a problem with foul language, though. I really don’t think it needs to be there to tell a good story. But oh well, that’s just a personal preference I guess. On the […]

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The Starlight Crystal by Christopher Pike

I read this book twice. Once as a teenager and once as an adult. When I read it as a teenager I thought this book was amazing. It really did affect the way I thought and understood what I knew about Creation and a Higher Power. But then I didn’t know Pike wrote influenced by […]

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