Bored with staying home, winter, and, and social distancing? Spice up your life with either or both of these exciting novels, "Treacherous Legacy" by Kathi Oram Peterson and/or "In Harm’s Way" by Traci Hunter Abramson.
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Today’s reviews are of three books set far apart geographically. But all three are great to curl up with on a cold, wintry day.
The Givens wish to show that the Restoration that the Lord brought about through the Prophet Joseph Smith represented a decisive theological breakthrough. The true, eternal story of humanity had been lost, even mutilated, and now it was being revealed once again. However, the authors warn, we are at constant risk of backsliding into a theological framework that threatens to stifle the true spirit of our eternal humanity.
The content, the covers, the time period and the focus of the books I chose to review today are nothing alike, though they are both well written and will appeal to a large cross-section of readers. "No Good Deed Goes Unpunished" by E. James Harrison is a contemporary Suspense novel while "A Brush with Love" by Renae Weight Mackley is an Historical Romance.
Escape from Namur by Marilyn Brown and Georgana's Secret by Arlem Hawks are two new novels that will capture the reader's attention from start to finish.
In keeping with this theme, I decided to review two books that struck me personally as suited to the idea of gratitude.
Each year Christmas comes with a mixture of old and new books, stories, DVDs, and music albums for the holiday. Three picture books, a nostalgic return to an old favorite via the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square, and a DVD particularly stand out for me this year.