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2017 was a good reading year for me. Perhaps because I considered it a year of rereading. Out of 108 books, 44 were rereads. About half of these were Shakespeare and though I had the goal of listening to all of his plays in Arkangel Audio editions in 2017, I only made it almost halfway. I will rename that bookshelf 2017-2018 and hop Read more of this blog post »
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The Sentence is Death by Anthony Horowitz
" I listened to the audio and it would help to read The Word is Murder first. I read it several years ago. "
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Horowitz writes thumping good reads that check all the boxes.
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Rethinking Sexuality by Juli Slattery
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Not sure where to start. The first part was helpful and I liked her distinction between grace and love. But by the end of the book I had more questions than answers.

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Rethinking Sexuality by Juli Slattery
" Your review is almost exactly what I would say. I appreciated much of this book and it did make me think but it left more questions than answers. "
Rethinking Sexuality by Juli Slattery
"If you're looking for answers to questions you have about sex and sexuality, this will probably only raise more of them. Slattery's goal is to point out the urgent need for sexual discipleship in our churches. One takeaway was that this will take pla" Read more of this review »
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The Unlikely Escape of Uriah Heep by H.G. Parry
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4 stars for great fun. A Dickensian romp through Wellington😊
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I decided to give this series another try after my friend Nicole mentioned it. I loved this story which includes Felse’s son. Four stars within the genre.
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“I quote much scripture in this book. I do so intentionally, without references, because that is how I believe scripture should fit into the fabric of our lives. It is not tacked on; it is woven in.”
Cindy Rollins, Mere Motherhood: Morning times, nursery rhymes, and my journey toward sanctification

“We will always have Narnia.”
Cindy Rollins, Mere Motherhood: Morning times, nursery rhymes, and my journey toward sanctification

“Mama, you are the first pillar of education. You are a vital part of the infrastructure of culture, family, and even the body of Christ.”
Cindy Rollins, Mere Motherhood: Morning times, nursery rhymes, and my journey toward sanctification

“Every week I counsel young people from solid Christian homes who are undone by their sin. As parents, we are sometimes more invested in protecting our children from the sinful influences of this world than we are in preparing them for the deep sinfulness of their own hearts.”
Barbara R. Duguid, Extravagant Grace: God's Glory Displayed in Our Weakness

“Tell the truth, but understand that it is not necessarily what happened,” is one of the things she told him. “Every good story is a parable,” is another.”
Bret Lott, Letters and Life: On Being a Writer, On Being a Christian

“[About the main character approaching death in old age, observed by her husband . . .] He saw that she had already laid down a large portion of her life long ago. Piece by piece she had given it away as she wrestled with existence, as her self was absorbed as nourishment into his life and the life of the children and the community. And laid down most piercingly, as she abandoned, one by one, the shapes of the dreams she had planned. Only to take them up again in other forms.”
Michael D. O'Brien, Strangers and Sojourners

“Friendship ... is born at the moment when one man says to another "What! You too? I thought that no one but myself . . .”
C.S. Lewis, The Four Loves

“There is more reason to say grace before beginning a book than there is to say it before beginning to dine.”
Charles Lamb

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