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Williams-Sonoma Collection: Bread
Williams-Sonoma's cookbooks are not for the faint of heart. It can take some serious thinking and plotting to do even one recipe.      But if you're an avid baker/cook, and …
reviewed Nancy Drew. June 11, 2010
Nancy Drew
I discovered the world of "River Heights" when I was about 14 years old - that was when sets of the books were flying off of the shelves at Sams Club and Costco.      I was …
Abram's Daughters Series
First let me applaud Beverly Lewis's writing style. Each of her novels are well thought out, carefully plotted, and brilliantly written.      Why do they all have to be about Amish …
Cure for the Common Life
This is not a "One-size fits all" Self-help book.      It emphasizes the need for the human heart to be honest, set free, and liberated.      Max speaks …
reviewed Wild at Heart. June 11, 2010
Wild at Heart
   This book blew me away.      John Eldredge candidly speaks of the inner man that undeniably lives deep below the surface of every male.   He speaks primarily …
reviewed Kiss. June 11, 2010
I love Ted Dekker.   But this book really began to frustrate and bore me, and I only finished it because I always finish the books I start.      Shauna is jaded, framed, …
5 languages
I found myself amazed as I read this book.   The author so perfectly captured the feelings, thoughts, and emotions I had - the ones I thought nobody else felt or would understand.   …
The Noticer: Sometimes, all a person needs is a little perspective.
A man (Andy Andrews, the author, I suppose) goes through life meeting an unidentified man known solely as "Jones" throughout pivotal moments in his life.      I read through …
reviewed Skin. June 10, 2010
First of all, I am a biased reader of Ted Dekker because I am a Christian, and I find his work challenging on a spiritual level.      The General:   I loved the deeper implications …
The Boy Knight: A Tale of the Crusades (Dover Value Editions)
I believe this was previously named "Knight of the White Cross", apparently Dover felt that this title was too offensive, which is absurd because none of the other books listed here have been …
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