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Mortality, Meaning and Love Explored in The Fault in Our Stars

Part of what makes Stars such an engaging read is that the protagonists meet in a support group for kids with cancer.

The Auschwitz Escape Finds Passion Amidst Tragedy

After the blockbuster success of his Last Jihad series, bestselling author Joel Rosenberg trades in contemporary political thrillers for historical fiction.

What Follows After Looks to the Past

As is only to be expected from bestselling author Dan Walsh, What Follows After is a solid emotional thriller with a message.

NYPD Red 2 Lacks Color

Partners Zach Jordan and Kylie MacDonald take on the case of the murder of Evelyn Parker-Steele, a well-connected NYC woman.

Cavendon Hall A Fairy Tale with No Happy Ending

Once upon a time there lived a beautiful family whose outer beauty was only matched by their inner nobility. They were served by another equally beautiful family.

Tread Lightly through The Devil Walks in Mattingly

The Devil Walks in Mattingly is many things: it’s a ghost story, a tale of suspense, a murder mystery, and ultimately a story of redemption.

Terri Blackstock Does it Again in Distortion

Distortion is another exciting, fast-paced entry in the ‘Moonlighters’ series from New York Times bestselling author Terri Blackstock.

Below the Surface is a Thrilling Ride Out of Dystopia

It’s not just the change of scenery that makes Tim Shoemaker’s Below the Surface such an exciting novel.

Private L.A. Should Remain Private

Glamorous Hollywood stars. Stone cold killers. Children in danger. This new release from the James Patterson book factory has it all. Almost.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • February 24, 2014 |
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Eyes Wide Open Has A 20/20 Story

Ever the storytelling chameleon, Ted Dekker zigs yet again, deviating from the layered, expansive fare of his past few years to a simpler, more straight-ahead narrative.

"Spiritual" Ether Has Some Holes

Vero has always been a little odd. He’s a smart kid who sees the world a little differently than his friends and family, and not just because he’s adopted.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • February 19, 2014 |
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Hollow City is Full of Imagination

Upon its publication in 2011, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children immediately established author Ransom Riggs as a children’s author with a rather unique niche.

Thrive: Digging Deep, Reaching Out Emphasizes Every Turn

Thrive builds upon the visual provided by Psalm 1:3, a verse describing the blessed man as being “like a tree planted by streams of water . . . In all that he does, he prospers.”

One Realm Beyond is One Thrilling Ride

With a true gift for imagination, even with the Christian romance titles she also writes, Paul’s latest work, One Realm Beyond from the “Realm Walkers” series, is also right on the money.

  • Christa Banister |
  • January 22, 2014 |
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Valuable Lessons Fulfill A Promise Kept

Allison Kavanagh is moving into a beautiful log house in the mountains. The house is wonderful; the reason Allison is moving there is not.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • January 20, 2014 |
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Water Walker Stumbles on Murky Storyline

It’s supposed to be “a modern-day parable” but are parables really supposed to be this depressing?

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • January 13, 2014 |
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Precise and Thrilling, Merlin's Shadow an Excellent Entry

Earlier this year, Robert Treskillard’s debut novel Merlin’s Blade marked a fresh entry into the canon of King Arthur literature.

Fields of Grace A Journey Through Fire

Hannah Luce, the daughter of youth evangelist Ron Luce (founder of Teen Mania Ministries) grew up in the upper echelon of evangelical Christianity.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • December 27, 2013 |
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Travel Through The Spiritual World of the Hobbit

While it’s for others to decide whether Jackson’s film is a worthy interpretation, readers have been finding inspiration, and spiritual nourishment in the pages of Tolkien’s classic.

Andrew Klavan Talks New Book, Politics, and Change

Kent Covington recently talked with Klavan about cultural renewal, and about Klavan's latest novel, Nightmare City.

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