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Green

Green

On 2/19 Nancy Irby wrote: Thomas Hunter is facing one of the most challenging situations he's had to deal with. The Circle is losing hope the Elyon will come back. They have lost sight of Elyon's ways and begin to want to take things into their own hands. Green is an interesting book, as it completes or begins the Circle trilogy ... Green by Ted Dekker

Nancy's Rating:

4 Stars

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Fearless

Fearless

On 9/8 Nancy Irby wrote: If I had to pick one book that best fits where we are as a society and where we should be as Christians, it would be Fearless. So many things cause us to take our eyes off Jesus and allow doubt, worry and fear to be our focus. From terrorists and wars, to politics and bipartisan, or lack there of, laws ... Fearless by Max Lucado

Nancy's Rating:

5 Stars

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100 Bible Stories, 100 Bible Songs

100 Bible Stories, 100 Bible Songs

On 7/5 Nancy Irby wrote: 100 Bible Stories 100 Bible Songs created by Stephen Elkins and illustrated by Tim O'Connor is an excellent devotional book for kids. Each story has a song that goes along with or compliments the story. I think this is an excellent idea. When I first got this book and cd's, I thought they were just 100 ... 100 Bible Stories; 100 Bible Songs

Nancy's Rating:

5 Stars

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Face of Betrayal

Face of Betrayal

On 5/26 Nancy Irby wrote: Face of Betrayal is a mystery novel with three women as the main characters. One works as a Federal Prosecutor, one works with the FBI and the other woman is a news reporter. As the story unfolds, you get to see how they view things from each aspect. A young girl, seventeen years old, gets a job as ... Face of Betrayal

Nancy's Rating:

2 Stars

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The Rivers Run Dry

The Rivers Run Dry

On 4/9 Nancy Irby wrote: Thursday, April 9, 2009 The Rivers Run Dry Raleigh Harmon, a female FBI agent, has a lot going on in her life. She finds herself being transferred from Richmond, VA to Seattle, WA for "disciplinary" reasons. Her supervisors, one of them being a very egotistical male, has made her transition anything ... The River Runs Dry

Nancy's Rating:

4 Stars

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For The Tough Times

For The Tough Times

On 2/19 Nancy Irby wrote: Max Lucado addresses the questions that I think many of us ask when going through hard times that we don't understand. Where is God? How can He let this happen? Does He care? I have found myself asking these questions at times. I know in my head that God is sovereign and in control, so then why isn't ... For the Tough Times

Nancy's Rating:

5 Stars

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