Monthly Archives: June 2014

Faith in Books: Do Over

Do Over By Emily Evans Paisley just wants to do over the last few months: get her parents back together, get this new love interest out of her father’s life, and get back to normal. However, not even the blue … Continue reading

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Faith in Books: Jenna and Jonah’s Fauxmance

Jenna and Jonah’s Fauxmance By Emily Franklin and Brendan Halpin Jenna and Jonah’s Fauxmance is a modern retelling of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing, specifically about the characters of Beatrice and Benedict. I loved it! Jenna and Jonah are the … Continue reading

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Faith in Books: Fifty Shades Freed

Fifty Shades Freed By E L James Finally finished this series. I felt that this third book was a waste of my time. A few answers from the previous plot were provided and Christian finally did open up to Ana. … Continue reading

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Faith in Books: Hex Hall

Hex Hall¬† By Rachel Hawkins Sophie Mercer is a witch trying to live in a human world. After yet another botched spell, her father (whom she has never met) sends her to a paranormal reform school called Hex Hall. There … Continue reading

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Faith in Books: The Rithmatist

The Rithmatist By Brandon Sanderson;¬†Illustrations by Ben McSweeney Imagine a world where some people have the ability to fight battles with chalk, using geometric shapes and cartoon creatures sketched onto the ground. Now imagine that some of these creatures have … Continue reading

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Faith in Books: Night After Night

Night After Night By Janelle Denison Sean O’Brien is a former conman who served time for his crimes. He is trying to re-build his life and, thanks to the Reliant Group, he has a respectable job and helps with some … Continue reading

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Faith in Books: The Here and Now

The Here and Now By Ann Brashares The Here and Now is a great book for science fiction fans, believe it or not! Although the book seems to be geared toward teens with its romantic aspect, this is a great … Continue reading

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