A Hobbit, a Wardrobe, and a Great War examines the literary work, and lives of Lewis and Tolkien through the lens of their experience in the Great War.
This is a very well-written book. The pacing is crisp, the characters well-defined, the plot intricate and tight, and the prose engaging. It’s one of the most original stories I’ve read in quite some time.
Here’s one you won’t want to miss. The remarkably refreshing and surprising tale of Dragon Slave by Cela Day.
Mercy and Truth deserves to be read by everyone. No matter your age, you will be the richer for listening to the musings of an ancient educator.
The Giver byl by Lois Lowry offers a dystopian vision of a community where every day of every hour is scripted and controlled. Is there any hope to be found?
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is a modern day classic and deservedly so. Here is my scrumpdilicious review.
A review of The Lord of the Rings, my favorite novel of all time. Hint: it’s amazing. But you already knew that.
I feel pretty confident when I say this, that Art and the Bible by Francis Shaeffer, if you are a Christian, is probably the greatest book you’ve never read. If you are one of the many Christians who could care less about art, this book will challenge your perspective. And if you are one of the beloved few …