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The Last Wave

by Meagan Logsdon

In Gillian Best’s "The Last Wave", raw human emotion teems just underneath the lapping surface of modern English life. After accidentally falling into the sea while fishing with her father, Martha begins a lifelong romance with the... Read More

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How to Live

by Meagan Logsdon

In "How to Live", Judith Valente lovingly roams the corridors of ecclesial history, coaxing ancient spiritual practices out of the monastery and into the everyday lives of twenty-first-century people. In the sixth century, Benedict of... Read More

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Smoke City

by Meagan Logsdon

A warmly spiritual experience is achieved here, as the novel rushes toward a dawn that is both surprising and deeply emotional. Keith Rosson’s "Smoke City" is a brilliantly haunting tale of forgiveness and redemption even in the face... Read More

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Wonder Beyond Belief

by Meagan Logsdon

This rare theological gift tugs at the curtain fixed between Islam and Christianity. Navid Kermani’s "Wonder Beyond Belief" is a work of artistic inquiry that is rife with spiritually edifying morsels, made all the more piquant by the... Read More

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Still Evangelical?

by Meagan Logsdon

For the members of the evangelical community left alienated by the current political climate, these essays are a balm. "Still Evangelical?" is an olive branch to its own, offering varied, grace-filled perspectives from insiders on the... Read More

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Sisters of the Cross

by Meagan Logsdon

In gorgeous prose, the novel blends together seemingly disparate narratives to form a harmonious whole. In "Sisters of the Cross", Alexei Remizov captures the strata of human experiences via evocative imagery and scintillating language.... Read More

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The Book of Whispers

by Meagan Logsdon

Both fantastical and concrete, this historical tale offers an introspective glance at human nature. An intriguing mix of history and fantasy, Kimberley Starr’s "The Book of Whispers" unabashedly interprets the Crusades through a... Read More

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