Non- Fiction

He Lives to Take Away My Shame by Sheila Washington (Book Review #180)

[Following is an official OnlineBookClub.org review of “He Lives to Take Away My Shame” by Sheila Washington] He Lives to Take Away My Shame is an autobiography written by Sheila Washington. Her book speaks of her life from the day she is born. It contains the joys, sorrows, and everything she encounters during her life. Sheila is adamant in telling her secrets. She claims that her faith is what helps her to deal with the demons inside. Her book is written in []

American History by Andrew White (Book Review #182)

This short book review was kindly requested by Lean Stone Book Club. American History is a book written about the time between the Indians right up until the modern times. It focuses on the American people and the events that have shaped to be what America is today. The American Revolution, World War I & II, and the British colonies are all included in this book. I liked how directly comprehensive the book is about providing historical references and information about the American []

“Born Again Losers!” By Rick Hoover (Book Review #173)

[Following is an official OnlineBookClub.org review of “Born Again Losers!” by Rick Hoover] Born Again Losers is a religious book written primarily about Christianity. The author begins to explain how he believes that one needs to lose in Christian life before they can win. Rick has had his fair share of troubles and strongly recommends that we must look at life with a different perspective learning how to win by losing. As I read this book, it felt like everything fell apart []

That’ll Preach! 5 Simple Steps to Your Best Sermon Ever by Charley Reed (Book Review #174)

This review was kindly requested by Charley Reeb That’ll Preach is a religious book providing a 5-step plan for performing a sermon that assists in transforming lives, in the name of Christ. As you all may know, a Sermon is a lecture or talk conducted by a religious institution or a clergyman. They discuss and address biblical, theological and moral topics, which suppose to better humans in living better, in the Christian way. In this case, the book assists in providing a []

Serial Killers by Frank C. Chastain (Book Review #179)

  Serial Killers is a book written about notorious murderers. In reality, it is a collection of well known documented serial killers like, the Long Island killer, the Zodiac killer, Genene Jones, The Boston Strangler and Richard Ramirez. I found the collection of stories to be quite compelling. The book contains some really scary stories and what makes things even worse is that they are true! The only thing that I did not get was the point of it all. I missed []