Book Review: Shatter

Shatter (Glitter, Bk. 2) by Aprilynne Pike Random House, 2018, 373pp. Trigger warning: This book contains disturbing thematic material that may be unsuitable for all ages. I finally finished the duology that is Glitter, and I can say that as a reader, I appreciate that the story can be summed up in two books, rather [...]

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Book Review: Glitter

Glitter (Glitter, Bk. 1) by Aprilynne Pike Random House, 2016, 367pp. Trigger warning: This book contains instances of self-harm. No matter what you are going through, you don't have to be alone. Reach out to someone near you that you trust. Ask for help to get through your situation. Don't abuse yourself. In an alternate [...]

Walk It Out by Tricia Goyer

Tricia Goyer has one of those personal stories that inspires from the pulpit and in print, and is ironically, the exact kind of story that I'd avoid reading, let alone purchasing. Attempting a just and fair description of a lifetime of pain and brokenness might cheapen the redemptive story of a life radically transformed by God.

The Complete Journals of Lucy Maud Montgomery, The PEI Years, 1889-1900 (Overview)

The Complete Journals of Lucy Maud Montgomery, The PEI Years, 1889-1900, edited by Mary Hensley Rubio and Elizabeth Hillman Waterston, Oxford University Press (published in Canada), 2012, hardcover, 484 pages. The Project I have embarked upon a largish reading project, a two-volume collection of the complete journals of Lucy Maud Montgomery (who went by 'Maud'), which [...]