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April 2009

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published April 2009.

Book Review

Studies

by Cindy Wolfe Boyton

These poems reveal a woman deeply connected to her family, intensely frustrated by society’s expectations that women be obedient and quiet, and passionately desiring to experience all of life. Published posthumously as a loving tribute... Read More

Book Review

The Waiting Room Reader

by Holly Wren Spaulding

Waiting rooms everywhere tend to have certain things in common: insipid music, unimaginative decorating, and a dearth of quality reading material to occupy the bored, anxious, or ill people who pass their time in such places. It’s not... Read More

Book Review

Bothered by My Green Conscience

Franke James was in the middle of a workout when it struck her: “Do the hardest thing first before you change your mind.” For James, this meant giving up her SUV, digging up the driveway, and planting a lot of green things in place... Read More

Book Review

The Journey of Isle

by Elizabeth A. Allen

An otherworldly sailor named Isle survives a shipwreck and ends up on the shore of a lake on Earth in The Journeys of Isle. He doesn’t remember where he comes from or why he was in a crash. He tries to piece together clues about where... Read More

Book Review

I, sailor / Yo, marinero

A little boy dreams of growing up to be a sailor, like his father and grandfather. One morning he sets out to experience the ocean in his little boat and finds beauty, stormy and crystalline seas, tranquility, and stars. After his... Read More

Book Review

Building the Team

“My motto as a drill sergeant was ‘We shall never fail’ and I carried that over as a platoon sergeant” Kenric T. Brooks writes. The leadership skills that brought Brooks the honor of Fort Gordon Drill Sergeant of the Year and... Read More

Book Review

Pandora's Box

Pandora’s Box is like a frenetic train ride through old movies. It begins at the end of Rosemary’s Baby brushes shoulders with The Manchurian Candidate jogs past Marathon Man and turns back on itself in an unfunny Peggy Sue Got... Read More

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Building Blocks for Relationships

Reverend Gaspar Garcia pastor of the Church of Divine Grace in Davie Florida has been involved in Christian ministry and church leadership for twenty-two years. Here he offers sound Biblical principles for building lasting fulfilling and... Read More

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