The Red Review

So Many Books… So Little Time!

by Jody Hedlund “Whatever might lie ahead, they wouldn’t walk around the hardships and aim only for the wellsprings. Instead, they’d walk hand in hand through the difficulties, growing stronger together.” Never Leave Me I have long revered the writings of Jody Hedlund for years and have devoured every book of hers that I could …

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by Jody Hedlund “Come back to me.” The soft words floated in Marian’s consciousness. “I have loved you, Marian, as I have loved no other.” Come Back to Me Growing up, I hated reading. Truly being forced to read a particular book for school was my least favorite thing. Really being forced to do anything, …

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by Tamara Leigh “Brandishing death beat of steel and honed to slaughter, the brigands swept toward them, and not even the absence of sunlight off blades could detract from the terrible sight. And Michael was at the center of it. The Yielding I have absolutely loved this series. With every new book I finish, a …

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by Tamara Leigh “Whoever loves instruction, loves knowledge,” he said, voice so level it sent a tremor of fear through her. “He who hates correction is brutish. And a fool, Squire Jame.” The Unveiling – One Seeks Truth | The Other Forgiveness –  Reminiscent of the Disney classic, Mulan, The Unveiling tells the tale of …

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by Mesu Andrews “I’m simply saying perhaps we could spend more time in the evenings, reading and studying the sacred writings – the Law, David’s psalms, Solomon’s wisdom, and poetry, and all the prophets. You’ll become familiar with how Yahweh’s voice echoed in the hearts of others, and perhaps that same echo will become discernible …

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by Sarah Sundin “No matter what happened in my life, I could always find one good thing to enjoy — a beautiful word, a sunset, a song.” The Land beneath us I came across The Land Beneath Us a few months ago and absolutely fell in love with the cover. If you were to judge …

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by Francine Rivers Easter is just one day away and I wanted to recommend a book that is not only well-written, full of incredible characters, a book you will not want to put down, and will want to reread once you finish… but also a book that will hoenstly encourage and inspire you own walk …

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by Lisa T. Bergren Without sorrow, ’tis difficult to know the full threshold of joy. Selah Reminiscent of my favorite series, River of Time Series, The Sugar Baron’s Daughter Series centers around three sisters, Keturah (book 1), Verity (book 2), and Selah (book 3). I just finished the third book and wanted to write a …

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by Jocelyn Green “God is the Creator, is He not?” she had said with a smile. “So when we create, even if it is a mere length of lace and not the stars in the heavens, we honor Him. We bear His likeness when we work.” A Refuge Assured I absolutely loved this book! While …

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by Connilyn Cossette The Israelites did evil in the eyes of the Lord; they forgot the Lord their God and served the Baals and the Asherahs. The anger of the Lord burned against Israel so that he sold them into the hands of Cushan-Rishathaim king of Aram Naharaim, to whom the Israelites were subject for …

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