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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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Faith in Books: Take Me On

Take Me On  By Katie McGarry McGarry began a Harlequin Teen series of books a couple of years ago with Pushing the Limits. I have really enjoyed the series. These are not the cookie-cutter teens you might find in most Young … Continue reading

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Faith in Books: The Husband’s Secret

The Husband’s Secret By Liane Moriarty Cecilia finds a letter addressed to herself from her husband to be opened only on the occasion of his death. Her husband is still living. Will she open it? And if she does, could she … Continue reading

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