Tag: religion

When No One Else Believed by Ron Tripodo (Book Review #1322)

When No One Else Believed is a story about faith and endurance. There is no doubt about Ron’s love for Patsy, his wife. She has an illness that leaves her on life support, but against all odds, Ron believes in the message he receives… Continue Reading “When No One Else Believed by Ron Tripodo (Book Review #1322)”

Justice! by Heath Daniels (Book Review #1207)

Justice is a book about social justice and is the third book in its series. The story is a stand-alone and takes place during the height of the ISIS scare of 2014-2015. The premise is about the Island experience in America. You get to… Continue Reading “Justice! by Heath Daniels (Book Review #1207)”

The Dust of Hope by Judy Croome (Book Review #1178)

The dust of hope is a religious, inspirational poetry book filled with runes and Norse mythology. Each section has a beautiful poem and deals with the emotions we all face during these challenging times. The global pandemic has definitely forced us with changes and… Continue Reading “The Dust of Hope by Judy Croome (Book Review #1178)”

Religion Delusion by John Eric Carlshausen (Book Review #714)

Religion delusion is a very strong, anti-religious book about how the existence of God is questionable and why people wish to believe in one. I initially agreed to read this book because I believed it was going to bring solid judgmental arguments that were… Continue Reading “Religion Delusion by John Eric Carlshausen (Book Review #714)”

Chats with God in Underwear by Eduardo Chapunoff (Book Review #699)

Chats with God is a fictional book written about God deciding to walk on earth as a person and conducting dialogue with various religions. God finds a friend named John and only reveals himself to him in order to interact with humans and to… Continue Reading “Chats with God in Underwear by Eduardo Chapunoff (Book Review #699)”

Worldbuilding: Creating fantasy worlds as real as our own by R.J. Vickers

When I was reading The Way of Kings, an epic fantasy by one of the masters of worldbuilding, Brandon Sanderson, I came across something that emphasized how deeply he had thought through his world.

Memoirs of a False Messiah by Pamela Becker (Book Review #643)

Memoirs of a false Messiah is a memoir written about a woman who has a message from God. MiMi has a mission, and that has her move from her mixed religious home to Orthodox Judaism and eventually has her cultivate her own cult.

Hammer of God by Aria Ligi (Book Review #638)

Hammer of God is a collection of poems written with a classical theme. The work discusses religion, modern-day issues, and spiritual diversity.

The Unlikely Occultist by Isobel Blackthorn (Book Review #525)

  The unlikely Occultist is a biographical story about Alice Baily. The author uses historical references and record in order to write a fictional tale about Alice’s life. A few characters are invented and fabricated in order to produce a beautiful narrative, however; she… Continue Reading “The Unlikely Occultist by Isobel Blackthorn (Book Review #525)”