Posts

Showing posts from February 2, 2014

HERE COMES THE LIGHT (CAMBROOKE #1) EMILY CAMP

Throughout the book it was as if following a teenage girl Miley, through high school and her struggles between two different lifestyles, friends, and even boyfriends. Miley's family life is in shambles as her mother had died years before, her dad works all the time and is never around for her. However, the best part of the book is the ending (no spoiler). The other would the incorporation of the Bible verses and how they made the story even better.

AGENT FOR A CAUSE (AGENTS FOR GOOD #2) by GUY STANTON III

Agent with a Cause highlights the aspects of autism that is not thought about by many. That the children are brilliant, geniuses in their own way. This is an added to the storyline that is already catching from the first page. On the first page it begins with a so called stalker watching a woman working in a bar as the bartender. After being caught watching her for so long is confronted the book continues on from there and will only get better book goes along.

AGENT WITH A HISTORY (AGENTS FOR GOOD #1) by GUY STANTON III

Once I picked up the book I had a hard time putting it down. The way it was written was like being pulled right along with the characters. The facts of the Bible being woven in throughout the book shows just how much influence the Bible can have without people realizing it.

ROOFTOP PERSPECTIVES by ERIC REENDERS

The book was interesting to read in fact for the
most part it held my attention. I was thinking that this could be used in any setting of study, (personal, small group, etc.)