Monthly Archives: August 2014

Faith in Books: Josh Whoever

Josh Whoever By Michael Guillebeau Josh was known as a hero. But he knows that it was all faked. He tried to live that life but ended up walking out in the middle of a television gameshow. He turned into the … Continue reading

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Faith in Books: A is for Abstinence

A is for Abstinence By Kelly Oram In V is for Virgin, we met Virgin Val who began a whole movement to encourage young people to either remain a virgin until married or be abstinent from this point until marriage. Now … Continue reading

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Faith in Books: V is for Virgin

V is for Virgin By Kelly Oram Yes, I know this is a somewhat eye-catching title for a religious book review. However, this is one of my favorite young adult (teen) books by one of my favorite authors. It is followed … Continue reading

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Faith in Books: Prince of Fools

Prince of Fools By Mark Lawrence From Lawrence’s website: The Red Queen is old but the kings of the Broken Empire fear her as they fear no other. Her grandson Jalan Kendeth is a coward, a cheat and a womaniser; and … Continue reading

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Faith in Books: Dead Aid

Dead Aid: Why Aid is not working and how there is a better way for Africa By Dambisa Moyo In the last fifty years, over $1 Trillion in developmentally-related aid has been sent to Africa. Has it helped? No. In fact, … Continue reading

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