Reviews by Devin Berglund
On 9/23 Devin Berglund wrote: The blurb really caught my attention. This was a great story with strong characters and beautiful prose. Billy Coffey definitely has a gift for words. It was a fast and beautiful read. I loved the character Lea! I definitely recommend this book to other readers out there. I don’t want to give a summary ... Lovely read!
On 7/19 Devin Berglund wrote: Erin weaves a story full of descriptive scenes. Exciting experiences that make you turn the pages to find what will happen next. I greatly enjoyed this story. Erin has a rich description of words and knows how to craft a story that will bring you on a journey. Beth's unique gift for healing was a 'fresh ... Awesome Read
On 11/15 Devin Berglund wrote: This was a delightful little read on a young boy's trip to heaven. He almost died. I really enjoyed this story. I especially loved a part where the little boy corrected his mom about heaven having swords. This was definitely an exciting read filled with the little boy's memories from heaven. A must ... Heaven is for Real
On 4/19 Devin Berglund wrote: Robert Liparulo did an amazing job stealing the reader’s attention from the get go with this masterpiece full of ancient characters with dark secrets, thrown into an ever-changing modern world. The characters colorful lives drew me deeper into the story and into the character’s lives. It is a rich ... Amazing job
On 3/7 Devin Berglund wrote: Heart of Ice was a good read. I enjoyed it a lot for not having read the other two books. It involves a character who is a deadly killer. I love how Lis Wiehl wrote this book, because it’s a fun quick read with lively characters. Elizabeth Avery is an interesting character who uses people to her benefit. ... Heart of Ice
On 1/1 Devin Berglund wrote: “The Baker’s Wife” written by Erin Healy was a total masterpiece. The characters totally came to life and brought colors to the pages. Healy’s writing voice is so much fun to read. Her story telling is astounding. Especially, in the colorfulness and mysteriousness of the Bofinger & Mansfields’ ... The Baker's Wife - A MUST READ
On 9/13 Devin Berglund wrote: Patsy Clairmont's book Stained Glass Hearts was a delight to read. When reading this book I was reminded of Mrs. Winchester, who was a woman who's husband invented the Winchester Rifle, and she was told by a psychic that if she continued to build onto her house that it would confuse the spirits and keep ... Want to have a stained glass perspective on life?