The Red Review

So Many Books… So Little Time!

by Lisa Renfrow The trouble that Worfner foresaw was the government’s overhaul of the religious system and its literature. The leaders of Centre Pointe removed what they didn’t care for and kept what was profitable, non-controversial, and pleasing to the ear. The original text was never printed again, and in time it was forgotten. Breaking …

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by Carla Laureano As I have previously expressed, I am not normally a contemporary enthusiast. However, I greatly enjoyed reading the latest and last installment to the MacDonald Family Trilogy. For one, you can’t go wrong when the story takes place on a breathtaking Scottish island. I could feel my ancestral Scottish brogue coming through …

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by Amanda Dykes “But one thing I do know. Made-up tales that stand through time… they are echoes.” “Echoes of what?” He thought for a moment. “Truth.” Set the Stars Alight A beautiful work full of intrigue, loss, hope, truth, and the impossible.  Normally, I am not a big fan of split-time novels as I …

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by Katherine Reay “It felt like the previous night’s glow was spilling into the morning and Alyssa had been right all along. Everything would turn out okay.” Of Literature and Lattes As you may have noticed, contemporary novels are not typically my cup of tea (or coffee in my case). I absolutely love history and …

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