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Review: The Girl Who Could Read Hearts by Sherry Maysonave

The Girl Who Could Read Hearts by Sherry Maysonave

★★★★ Six-year-old Kate Kindrick possesses a rare “seventh sense” passed down through generations of her father’s family: the unique ability to see inside of people’s hearts. A heart might look like “a Grand Canyon disaster, full of oozing painful craters and gorges” or be “covered with gray-green storm clouds, all dotted with icy pockets.” The Kindricks also have prophetic dreams ... Read More »

The Nephilim Ark by Matthew James Daniel

The Nephilim Ark

The Nephilim Ark by Matthew James Daniel centers around the biblical story of the Nephilim – a race of giants that came down to Earth and mated with human women. After this union led to debauchery and societal breakdown, God unleashed the flood – the story of Noah’s Ark. The Nephilim Ark fast forwards to modern day where the Nephilim ... Read More »

Review: Doctrines of Demons by Eddie Donnally

Doctrines of Demons by Eddie Donnally

★★★★ Doctrines of Demons: The New Age Dawns is the first book in a projected trilogy by Reverend Eddie Donnally. Pastor Casey Carl is worn out. He has used up every ounce of his energy trying to help the local kids on the streets, but he does not have much left to give. Then, in one bizarre night, Casey finds ... Read More »

Review: The Cats of Rekem by C. L. Francisco ★★★★

The Cats of Rekem

The Cats of Rekem, by C. L. Francisco, is a thoughtful story about Jesus and his followers told from a feline perspective. This is the third book in the Yeshua’s Cats series and it opens with the characters from A Cat Out of Egypt twenty-five years later. In the Nabataean city of Rekem there’s religious and political discord. Tikos, Zaidan, ... Read More »

Review: Robyn: Family Secrets by Glen R. Stott ★★★★


Robyn by Glen R. Stott, author of Dead Angels and Timpanogos, is the harrowing tale of sexual abuse in a Mormon family. Skipping between past and the present, it is an epic tale about how sexual abuse has affected people over generations, while the perpetrator has gotten away with it for so many years. Robyn acts as a kind of ... Read More »

Review: A Cat Out of Egypt by C. L. Francisco

A Cat Out Of Egypt

C. L. Francisco’s, A Cat Out of Egypt, is an imaginative and thoughtful tale about Jesus’ years in Egypt. The narrator is Miw, also called ‘Daughter of Fire’ by her people. And she’s a cat. This novel is the prequel to The Gospel According to Yeshua’s Cat (reviewed here by SPR). Miw is an Egyptian cat from the temple Bubastis. ... Read More »

Review: Vision by Galen Snowden & Cathy Newcomb


The young girl looked back and merely nodded. “Mommy, where do monsters live?” “You mean like Elmo?”  “No, real monsters.” “Honey, there’re no such thing as real monsters. They’re just make believe.” “There are,” she insisted. Madi leaned in, spoke in hushed tones. “I just saw one.” Galen Snowden and Cathy Newcomb introduce an unlikely heroine named Madrigal, Madi for ... Read More »