Tag Archives: Fear

The Choosing / The Calling by Rachelle Dekker

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23627067The Choosing by Rachelle Dekker

Release Date: May 19, 2015

Publisher: Tyndale

ISBN: 9781496402240

Genre: Fiction / Dystopian / Young Adult

Series: Seers Trilogy

Did you know that Ted Dekker’s daughter is also a writer? Writing is most certainly in her genes. Fans of Divergent, The Hunger Games, or The Maze Runner are not going to want to miss this one.

Like all citizens since the Ruining, Carrington Hale knows the importance of this day. But she never expected the moment she’d spent a lifetime preparing for—her Choosing ceremony—would end in disaster. Ripped from her family, she’ll spend her days serving as a Lint, the lowest level of society. She knows it’s her duty to follow the true way of the Authority.

But as Carrington begins this nightmare, rumors of rebellion rattle her beliefs. The whispers contradict everything she’s been told; yet they resonate deep within.

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Through Waters Deep by Sarah Sundin

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Through Waters Deep by Sarah Sundin

Series: Waves of Freedom

Release Date: July 2015

Publisher: Revell

ISBN: 9780800723422

Genre: Historical Romance, Fiction, Mystery

Calling all Nancy Drews! Through Waters Deep by Sarah Sundin is truly remarkable. It’s a mixture of a Nancy Drew mystery with a bit of romance and lots of history. The author uses realistic characters that will make you feel as if you are part of their everyday lives. Readers will find themselves staying up until the wee hours in the morning just to see what occurs next. Laughter, crying, joy, and excitement may also be experienced. This is a must read for everyone and I pray that it will deepen appreciation for the U.S. Navy. Read the rest of this entry

Untangled by Carey Scott

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Untangled

Let God Loosen the Knots of Insecurity in Your Life

by Carey Scott

Release Date: May 2015

Publisher: Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group

ISBN: 9780800726591

Genre: Christian Living

Have you ever felt worthless, not good enough, or guilty because you don’t measure up? Have you ever felt like you were alone while everyone else seemed to have their lives together? We all want to feel valued. That we are worth something. We crave the approval and acceptance in the eyes of family, friends, and even strangers. We always fall short whenever we seek the world’s standards. We also cannot believe we are who God says we are -accepted, loved, beautiful, and treasured if we seek these lies. Read the rest of this entry

Love’s Rescue by Christine Johnson

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Love’s Rescue by Christine Johnson

Release Date: May 2015

Publisher: Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group

ISBN: 978080072350

Genre: Fiction, Historical, Romance

Series: Keys of Paradise

Prior to reading this, I had no idea what to expect. I was not at all familiar with Christine Johnson, but she proved to be an excellent author. It takes place in Key West, Florida so that caught my attention immediately. Key West is known as a vacation for many. Where else can you be 90 miles away from Cuba. surrounded by both the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean at same time, as well as gorgeous tropical views all around you? It is a town full of history that I would love to explore again one day. Read the rest of this entry

The Pharaoh’s Daughter by Mesu Andrews

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The Pharaoh’s Daughter

Release Date: March 17, 2015
Publisher: Waterbrook Multnomah Press
ISBN 10: 1601425996
ISBN 13: 978-1601425997
Genre: Fiction, Biblical Fiction
 
I was completely blown away by this novel. Mesu Andrews has a talent for writing biblical historical books.
It’s refreshing to know that there are some good Christian novels out there that are worth reading. It’s fascinating, engaging, thrilling, and causes one to stop and think. Mesu Andrews also knows how to tie in the Word of God without it being so overwhelming or preachy. We all live in fear of something, whether it’s death or childbearing like Anippe or something else. It’ll definitely change your perspective. Read the rest of this entry