Foreword Reviews

Jeremiah Rood , Book Reviewer

Book Review

Battle Carried

by Jeremiah Rood

"Battle Carried" is a coffee table book that’s flush with beautiful images; it tells the stories behind Japanese WWII tiger flags. Michael A. Bortner’s fascinating history text "Battle Carried" covers the Japanese tiger art flags... Read More

Book Review

Vanir, Warrior

by Jeremiah Rood

"Vanir, Warrior" is an epic fantasy novel in which powerful magic is used to combat an ancient evil. In S. K. Falconer’s mythic series novel "Vanir, Warrior", human and divine fates are in the hands of three special children. As the... Read More

Book Review

Discomfortable

by Jeremiah Rood

A. J. Bond’s challenging self-help book "Discomfortable" suggests becoming comfortable with one’s shame. First examining what shame is, and how it impacts people’s lives, Bond mixes his own struggles into his work, including the... Read More

Book Review

Shiloh

by Jeremiah Rood

Lori Benton’s wrenching second novel in the Kindred series probes the wounds of the US’s racist past to prove that love and God conquer all. Seona is a former slave who lives in Boston with her son, Gabriel. Gabriel’s father, Ian,... Read More

Book Review

American Schism

by Jeremiah Rood

Strong historical arguments help to put present struggles into proper focus in "American Schism". Seth David Radwell’s powerful book "American Schism" concerns the historical underpinnings of a splintered American society. Radwell... Read More

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