Tag Archives: Christian fiction

What I’m reading: The Realms Underneath

February 20, 2012

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A number of months ago, I read my first book by author Stephen Lawhead, noted for fiction rooted in Britain’s misty and mysterious tales of yore. My review of the novel is here. I’ve just started a new book by his son, Ross Lawhead, called The Realms Thereunder. I’m only a chapter in, so it’s […]

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Book review: The Resurrection

March 21, 2011


Pastor Ian Clark has issues. He’s tormented by regular appearances of a ghost that wants something of him. Something he can’t quite figure out on his own. But he’s also haunted by the difficulty of hiding his shipwrecked faith, failed marriage, and the soul-crushing tragedy of his sister’s horrible death. Homemaker Ruby case has troubles […]

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Book Review: The Long Way Home

February 22, 2010


Put The Bourne Identity into a blender along with a Hardy Boys novel. Blend thoroughly. What you’ll end up with is The Long Way Home, a new young adult work of fiction by renowned writer Andrew Klavan. This is the second book in a series called The Homelanders.  The action kicks off right from the […]

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