Review: Anderson – Truth Overruled

Author: Ryan Anderson Publisher: Regnery Publishing I forget now where I first heard of this book, but I'd guess it was a podcast. And in my typical fashion, I'm reading an author's books out of order. One day I'll read books as they were published. But as with When Harry Became Sally, Anderson has crafted a …

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Poetry: Frost – A Dust of Snow

The way a crowShook down on meThe dust of snowFrom a hemlock tree Has given my heartA change of moodAnd saved some partOf a day I had rued. I've mentioned before in previous posts that I have a particular love of short poetry. This piece is no different. I think I first read Frost's poem …

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Review: Klavan – The Nightmare Feast and The Emperors Sword

I already wrote a bit on the first book of this trilogy a little over a month ago, and I don't want to repeat myself too much here, but I want to make sure I address the series in total. And as I said previously, I love this book in physical form just as much as I …

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Poetry: Hardy – The Darkling Thrush

"An aged thrush, frail, gaunt, and small, In blast-beruffled plume, Had chosen thus to fling his soul Upon the growing gloom."

Review: Anthems of Zion trilogy by Katie Schuermann

If you love realistic fiction with characters to love and cry with, to engage with a story that pulls you from one page to the next (where you might suddenly find yourself halfway through the book!), this is the series for you.