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The Final Hour

The Final Hour

On 12/1 Natasha Moes wrote: I’ll be honest. This book wasn’t great. I don’t really like government-thriller-spy action stories. I knew I wouldn’t like it, too. That is why it sat in my “to read” pile so long (6 months, give or take). Klavan writes well, considering the target audience is teenagers, and the plot development ... An okay read...

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2 Stars

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Unsinkable

Unsinkable

On 5/4 Natasha Moes wrote: Did anyone else read up on the multiple teenagers who attempted distance sailing in the last few years? I feel like it was all over the news for a while. Anyways, this story documents the preparations and voyage of Abby Sunderland who attempted to circumnavigate the globe unaccompanied. It also describes ... Interesting and thought provoking...

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3 Stars

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Same Life, New Story

Same Life, New Story

On 3/27 Natasha Moes wrote: This book, by Jan Silvious, is a 10 week study guide for women highlighting women in the Bible. The tagline of the book is "Change your perspective to change your life" and gives a lot of helpful strategies for women who feel stuck in the life story that they currently live. I liked this book because ... Good Biblical teaching for women!

Natasha's Rating:

4 Stars

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Voices of the Faithful

Voices of the Faithful

On 1/6 Natasha Moes wrote: Beth Moore is the editor of this beautiful compilation of devotionals and short stories from missionaries serving around the world. Each daily reading has a story, prayer, meditation, and the region in which the missionary has been serving. Although it is meant for daily devotions, the stories are interesting ... Voices of the Faithful

Natasha's Rating:

3 Stars

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On This Day in Christian History

On This Day in Christian History

On 12/9 Natasha Moes wrote: A great resource for anyone hoping to learn more about the history of the church and faithful men and women. Each day features a page of history and a related verse at the bottom of the page. The stories are basic enough that children and teens can easily enjoy them, and for more advanced history enthusiasts, ... Booksneeze Review #2

Natasha's Rating:

4 Stars

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Outlive Your Life

Outlive Your Life

On 11/18 Natasha Moes wrote: Great for a discussion group...but a little "surface level" for individual reading and reflection. It really needs discussion in order to stimulate the lifestyle changes that Lucado is hoping for. Lucado intersperses his teaching with Biblical examples and stories from his own experiences. One chapter, called “Team Up”, is ... Great for a discussion group...

Natasha's Rating:

3 Stars

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