The Girl who Could Breathe Underwater (Book Review)

Author: Erin Bartels Publisher: Revell (Baker Book House) Purchase Now Synopsis: After the release of her semi-autobiographical novel, Kendra returns to her late grandpa’s summer home, where she attempts to write a follow-up book—and prove that she had a right to pen the original. Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of the book from theContinue reading “The Girl who Could Breathe Underwater (Book Review)”

The Tower of Geburah

Published first in the Archives of Anthropos, The Tower of Geburah is the third book in the series. While I would recommend any book in the Archives, this title stands out to me for its presentation of the Gospel.

Life Flight (Book Review)

Although I wouldn’t have minded more emphasis on the spiritual content, this is a book I really enjoyed. The serial killer investigation may be intense for certain readers, but I was so gratified to see Eason’s treatment of romantic relationships.Although I wouldn’t have minded more emphasis on the spiritual content, this is a book I really enjoyed. The serial killer investigation may be intense for certain readers, but I was so gratified to see Eason’s treatment of the romantic relationship.