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August
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December 2013
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reviewed: Colorado Mandala by Brian Heffron
What are some of the book's themes? Love, friendship, betrayal, war and layers of lies. They all played a important role in t...
Colorado Mandala - Brian Heffron
December 2013
08
reviewed: Tainted Waters
What did you think was the most interesting part of the book? When Sam found out her dad was murdered too. Each chapter had a...
Tainted Waters - Maggie Thom
December 2013
02
reviewed: Dear Adam
Did the plot pull you in or did you feel you had to force yourself to read the book? Some chapters pulled me in but some chap...
Dear Adam - Ava Zavora
November 2013
23
reviewed: The Secret Of The Sacred Scarab
What were the main themes of the book? Adventure and coming of age. Justin and Adam follow their Aunt Isabel on a trip to Eur...
The Secret Of The Sacred Scarab - Fiona Ingram
November 2013
15
reviewed: Zeb and the Great Ruckus
Did the plot pull you in or did you feel you had to force yourself to read the book? Every bit of this book was interesting a...
Zeb and the Great Ruckus - Joshua Donellan
November 2013
12
reviewed: Unloched
Which did you find more appealing, the introduction or the conclusion? Neither. It was when the twins were stripping the boat...
Unloched - Candice Lemon-Scott
November 2013
03
reviewed: Guinevere: On the Eve of Legend
How did the main character change during the novel? Guinevere is enjoying life and then she learns that she is engaged to be ...
Guinevere: On the Eve of Legend - Cheryl Carpinello
October 2013
22
reviewed: The Way Home
Formatting / Appearance - I received a review copy and there were no issues for me. I did think there were one too many excla...
The Way Home - Nhys Glover
October 2013
14
reviewed: After Death
How does the pacing of the story feel? When we first received the book, some of us at the book club were expecting for the so...
After Death... - Bentley Little, Steve Cameron, William Meikle, James S. Dorr, Steve Rasnic Tem, Simon Clark, Joe McKinney, John Langan, Lisa Morton, Christine Morgan, John M. Floyd, Josh Rountree, Robert B. Marcus Jr., Jonathan Shipley, Brad C. Hodson, David Tallerman, John Palisano, Jac
October 2013
07
reviewed: In A Small Town
What was the author's purpose or purposes in writing this book? On the one hand, I think he wanted to show readers the ins an...
In a Small Town - Marc A. DiGiacomo
reviewed: A Beautiful Glittering Lie: A Novel of the Civil War
Which secondary character resonated most with you and why? Difficult to pick only one but if I must, then it would be David. ...
A Beautiful, Glittering Lie - J.D.R. Hawkins
October 2013
06
reviewed: Five Times More Jesus: Why Christians Should Decanonize the Old Testament
What is the central idea discussed in the book? The book makes a feeble attempt at arguing that the Old Testament chapters in...
Five Times More Jesus: Why Christians Should Decanonize the Old Testament - Jim Adam
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Did the plot pull you in or did you feel you had to force yourself to read the book? The book club members had conflicting th...
Cleanse Fire - Anastasia V. Pergakis
October 2013
02
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What was the most revealing scene to you? When Juliet and Catalina are torturing Armaros. I was expecting the torture but I w...
Halo of the Nephilim - Dina Rae
reviewed: Night Chill
Which did you find more appealing, the introduction or the conclusion? The introduction sucked me in and then I didn't stop. ...
Night Chill - Jeff Gunhus