Book Reviews

The Inkblots by Damion Searls

Swiss psychiatrist Hermann Rorschach believed that who we truly are can be found not in what we say, but in what we see. In 1917 he created an experiment that would go on to test this theory. The experiment consisted of ten carefully created inkblots. In this book, the first biography written about Rorschach, Searls… Continue reading The Inkblots by Damion Searls


Reading Preview 3/23/17

Hey guys! I'll be finishing The Inkblots over the next couple of days. You can look for that review this weekend. In the meantime, I wanted to share what's coming up. These will be the next two books I read. I've been waiting on Byrd's new book for almost a year! I'll be reading Cambron's book… Continue reading Reading Preview 3/23/17

Book Reviews

A Torch Against the Night by Sabaa Tahir

Laia and Elias are on the run from the Empire. They are hunted by old enemies and old friends, but Laia is determined to rescue her brother, and Elias is determined to keep his promise to help her. This sequel picks up right where An Ember in the Ashes left off, and the pace doesn't… Continue reading A Torch Against the Night by Sabaa Tahir

Book Reviews

A Time for Confidence by Stephen J. Nichols

If you're a Christian in America, you probably feel the change in our society. The culture is shifting further and further away from our Christian heritage. As time goes on, we may feel the pressure to compromise our beliefs to align with the culture of our day. But should we? Culture changes. Societies change. Nations… Continue reading A Time for Confidence by Stephen J. Nichols