Monthly Archives: February 2014

Faith in Books: The Elite

The Elite By Kiera Cass This is the second book in the series and it is so good that I kept having to put it down! Yes, I know, the mark of a good book should be that you can’t … Continue reading

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Faith in Books: The Bitter Kingdom

The Bitter Kingdom By Rae Carson The Bitter Kingdom is the final book in The Girl of Fire and Thorns trilogy. There are a couple of short stories available for this series as well. I apparently only reviewed the first … Continue reading

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Faith in Books: The Dream Thieves

The Dream Thieves By Maggie Stiefvater The Dream Thieves is the second in the Raven Cycle by Stiefvater. If you want to know more about the first book, The Raven Boys, check out my “old” blog review here. This book … Continue reading

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Faith in Books: Necessary Endings

Necessary EndingsĀ  By Henry Cloud Cloud has already positively impacted my life through the book he co-authored with John Townsend calledĀ Boundaries. Someone (I can’t remember who) recommended Necessary Endings. I admit I had a hard time reading it BUT I … Continue reading

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Faith in Books: A Fire You Can’t Put Out

A Fire You Can’t Put Out By Andrew M. Manis A Fire You Can’t Put Out is the story of Fred Shuttlesworth and the Civil Rights crusade that focused in Birmingham, Alabama. I read it in honor of the Fiftieth … Continue reading

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Faith in Books: Crash Into You

Crash Into You By Katie McGarry Crash Into You is the third installment of Harlequin Teen novels by McGarry. These are not the fluffy romances you think of when you see the word harlequin. These are edgy teen stories that … Continue reading

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Faith in Books: Endless Knight

Endless Knight By Kresley Cole Endless Knight is the second book in the Arcana Chronicles. I was assuming there would only be three of such books but now I am not so sure. The first book was more of a … Continue reading

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