Reviews by Manderley
On 1/8 Manderley wrote: I absolutely adored this book from start to finish. My motivation for reading has been off for quite some time and this book was exactly what I needed to reignite that passion. I immediately became drawn to Sam, the main character, and engrossed in her story. Her letters to Mr. Knightley felt honest ... Refreshingly Good Read!
On 7/4 Manderley wrote: As a huge fan of Sherlock Holmes, I just had to read this inventive biblical crossover. This was a very interesting and unique look at some of the mysteries of the bible…many I had never even considered before. Going back in time with Holmes and Watson, I felt like I was actually present during some ... A Unique Combination!
On 10/1 Manderley wrote: This little book was inspiring! With 52 lessons, all drawn from a piece of this beautiful film, it is sure to leave the reader feeling inspired, enriched and with a deeper understanding of God and themselves! As I read through the lessons, being an avid It’s a Wonderful Life fan, I was amazed by all ... It Really is a Wonderful Life!
On 5/16 Manderley wrote: Given the opportunity to review another Max Lucado book, I was not disappointed. Max Lucado’s unique and easy-to-read writing approach shines through in this Q&A style book. Full of questions on a wide variety of subjects, with relevant, biblical and easy to understand answers, this book is a great ... Max on Life, A Book Review
On 2/11 Manderley wrote: If you are a fan of G. K. Chesterton (author of such fine works as The Man Who Was Thursday) then this book is for you. G.K. Chesterton is known for his wit and wisdom, and this book packs it in. Arranged alphabetically, this book is chock full of meaningful quotes by Chesterton throughout his life ... The Quotable Chesterton, A Book Review
On 12/2 Manderley wrote: It’s been quite some time since I’ve read a Max Lucado book. That being said, I’ve always appreciated his writing style, and this book is no exception. This book in-particular is an easy to read, inspiring and motivational read. To me, it kind of felt like a devotional, it even included a prayer ... No one can do everything, but everyone can do something.