Atlas Girl – Emily Wierenga

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Atlas Girl
by Emily T. Wierenga

Genre: Biography & Autobiography, Non-Fiction

Published by Baker Books

Publication Date: June 2014

Reviewed by Jessica Higgins

Purchase at Amazon five-stars

QUICK HIT – Emily Wierenga’s raw emotion and honesty looking back on her young life will keep you pulled into her story.

Gun Metal Heart – Dana Haynes

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Gun Metal Heart
by Dana Haynes

Genre: Fiction, Thrillers

Published by Minotaur

Publication Date: August 2014

Reviewed by Jessica Higgins

Purchase at Amazon three-half-stars

QUICK HIT – Never has one woman been so dangerous or in so much danger herself.

The Grave Robber – Mark Batterson

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The Grave Robber
by Mark Batterson

Genre: Christian Life, Non-Fiction, Spiritual Growth

Published by Baker Books

Publication Date: September 2014

Reviewed by Josh Olds

Purchase at Amazon four-stars

QUICK HIT – With an engaging style and familiar tone, Mark Batterson takes readers on a journey through the Seven Signs of Jesus’ Divinity, as seen in the book of John.

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For ten years, I dreamed of entering the life of Jesus through story, not as a Jew familiar with the customs of the day, but as an outsider, because we are all outsiders today. I wanted to hear his teaching and see his power. I wanted to know what he taught about how we should live; how we might rise above all the struggles that we all face in this life, not just in the next life after we die.
 
We all know what Jesus means for Christians on a doctrinal statement in terms of the next life, and we are eternally grateful. But we still live in this life. What was his Way for this life other than to accept his Way for the next life?

Ice Cold Kill – Dana Haynes

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Ice Cold Kill
by Dana Haynes

Genre: Fiction, Suspense, Thrillers

Publication Date: March 2013

Reviewed by Jessica Higgins

Purchase at Amazon three-stars

QUICK HIT – If you pay close attention to this story that has a lot to say, you just might find something you really enjoy.

Blur – Steven James

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Blur
by Steven James

Series: Blur Trilogy #1

Genre: Fiction, Suspense, Young Adult

Publication Date: May 2014

Reviewed by Josh Olds

Purchase at Amazon four-stars

QUICK HIT - Blur is trademark Steven James: a great mystery, an interesting premise, a unique philosophical foundation, and above all, simply a great story that had me totally immersed and enthralled.

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True Love Project – Clayton and Sharie King

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True Love Project
by Clayton King

Genre: Christian, Christian Life, Family & Relationships, Non-Fiction, Social Issues, Spiritual Growth

Published by B&H Publishing Group

Publication Date: September 2014

Reviewed by Josh Olds

Purchase at Amazon four-stars

QUICK HIT – In True Love Project, Clayton and Sharie King revitalize the True Love Waits doctrine for a whole new generation. Clayton’s writing is clear, conversational, and convincing.

Beat God to the Punch – Eric Mason

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Beat God to the Punch
by Eric Mason

Genre: Christian Life, Non-Fiction, Spiritual Growth

Published by B&H Publishing Group

Publication Date: September 2014

Reviewed by Josh Olds

Purchase at Amazon four-stars

QUICK HIT – With a terse, no-holds-barred style, Mason pulls no punches in this small but powerful treatise on grace and what we should do with it.

Cottonmouth and the Great Gift – C.S. Fritz

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Cottonmouth and the Great Gift
by C.S. Fritz

Series: Cottonmouth #2

Genre: Children's, Christian, Fiction

Published by David C. Cook

Publication Date: September 2014

Reviewed by Josh Olds

Purchase at Amazon half-star

QUICK HIT – Beautifully illustrated but disjointedly written, Cottonmouth and the Great Gift aims to be mystical, mysterious, and metaphorical, but ultimately falls off the cliff into a random sequence of events that leaves the reader more confused than anything else.