Monthly Archives: August 2013

Faith in Books: The Hangman’s Daughter

The Hangman’s Daughter By Oliver Potzsch Translated by Lee Chadeayne Just realized that I went from a soul collector to an executioner…. The Hangman’s Daughter is about a small town in 17th Century Bavaria¬†(see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duchy_of_Bavaria) and it local executioner and … Continue reading

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Faith in Books: The Collector

The Collector By Victoria Scott The Collector is the first in a Young Adult (read teen) trilogy by Scott. The book is about a damned soul who collects living people’s souls so that they won’t go to heaven. Dante appears … Continue reading

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Faith in Books: City of Glass

City of Glass By Cassandra Clare This third installment of the Mortal Instruments brings everything to a final conclusion. Or does it? You can never tell if the writer will crank out more later. In the meantime, you can enjoy … Continue reading

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Faith in Books: City of Ashes

City of Ashes By Cassandra Clare As the City of Bones movie¬†is now out in theaters, it only seemed right to review City of Bones, the second book in the Mortal Instrument series by Clare. The adventure begins not long … Continue reading

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Faith in Books: Gameboard of the Gods

Gameboard of the Gods By Richelle Mead Imagine a world in which all religions are illegal. And it is your job to investigate them. But you something you do or say causes you to be exported without even a chance … Continue reading

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