Posts Categorized: Book Reviews

C. S. LEWIS: Till We Have Faces

For today’s “C” post, I was asked to talk about one of my favorite authors: C.S. Lewis. Though he is most widely known either for his children’s series “The Chronicles of Narnia” or for his theological masterpieces like “Mere Christianity,” there is one work of his which often goes unnoticed. Till We Have Faces is… Read more »

INTO THE VAST: Review

I just finished reading “Into the Vast” by D.J. Edwardson. I had the privilege to feature the author on my blog back in November and after reading his answers and the description of his book, I was intrigued enough to purchase a copy and read it. “Into the Vast” was a captivating read, and very different… Read more »

The Lonely Book – Review

I love the way my three-year-old picks books at the library. She runs at a break-neck pace, pulling anything that looks interesting or has substance (and by “substance” I don’t mean it in the metaphorical way, I mean in the “it has mass and can be picked up” sort of way) off shelves and plopping… Read more »

The Wizard of Crescent Moon Mountain – book review

The Wizard of Crescent Moon Mountain by Oldman Brook is a story about an adventure. Nine companions, comprised of dwarves, men, elves, Otso (men who can shapeshift and become animals), and a wizard set out across the land to battle Warrior: the evil entity that threatens their world. Pros: 1. The book is incredibly family-friendly…. Read more »