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Horsemen of the Sands

by Meagan Logsdon

History and human drama collide in Leonid Yuzefovich’s "Horsemen of the Sands", a wonderful tangle of relationships, religions, and realism. The volume consists of two novellas—“The Storm,” set in a Russian elementary school and... Read More

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The Longest Year

by Meagan Logsdon

An intriguing journey spanning two countries and multiple centuries, Daniel Grenier’s "The Longest Year" is at once epic and intimate, heartwarming and grotesque. This is a novel that defies easy categorization. Shades of the tall tale... Read More

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Love without Limits

by Meagan Logsdon

Part memoir, part theological exploration, Jacqueline A. Bussie’s Love Without Limits examines what it means to love unconditionally in an increasingly divided world. From a Christian perspective, Bussie employs personal anecdotes and... Read More

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Searching for Marilyn Monroe

by Meagan Logsdon

Writing is often poetic in this short story collection that weaves between allegories and clear stories. In "Searching for Marilyn Monroe", Pae Veo prods at the accepted conventions and perceptions of modern society through a series of... Read More

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The 49th Mystic

by Meagan Logsdon

Rife with intriguing speculation, Ted Dekker’s "The 49th Mystic" pushes against the boxes that encompass much of modern Christianity. The seemingly idyllic Eden, Utah, is an isolated religious community and the home to Rachelle, a girl... Read More

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The Aviator

by Meagan Logsdon

Eugene Vodolazkin’s "The Aviator" is an unabashed, panoramic view of the landscape of human consciousness affected by time, place, faith, and faces. Innokenty Petrovich Platonov does not know who he is. Confined to a bed in a... Read More

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