Blood Work by Anthony J. Carter


     Through scripture, and with the assistance of classic hymns and Carter’s own stories and examples, this short book shows us what the blood of Christ accomplished for us at the cross. Each chapter focuses on a different aspect. Just to name a few, in Christ’s blood we are justified, redeemed, cleansed, sanctified, elect, ransomed, and […]

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East of Eden by John Steinbeck


     East of Eden tells the history of two families, the Trasks and the Hamiltons. The narrator, a member of one of the families, recounts the stories as they were told to him. We follow several generations through life, death, love, and hatred. The book summary says that this is a modern retelling of the book of Genesis, […]

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Is there a Bookaholics Anonymous?


Because I think I need to join. Here are my most recent books. These two are review books. I already have the first one, and will be reading that next. The other is on its way.   This next book, I ordered from christianbook.com, and it came earlier this week. And these were ordered from […]

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If I Run by Terri Blackstock


Casey Cox is on the run. All evidence points to her as a murderer, and she has no reason to trust that the police will believe her innocence. But if she is innocent, why did she run? That’s the question that is left for Dylan Roberts, who was hired to track Casey down and bring […]

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The Red Necklace by Sally Gardner


     Paris. 1789. Revolution is in the air. Under unpleasant circumstances, Yann, a Gypsy boy with a gift of reading people’s minds, meets Sido, a young heiress who is hated by her father. In their brief meeting, a connection is formed that will change both of their fates. My one issue with this book would […]

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