Reviews by Prism Book Reviews
On 11/7 Prism Book Reviews wrote: Lonestar Angel by Colleen Coble is the latest edition to the Lonestar series. It's been five years since Eden and Clay Larson's baby girl was stolen, presumed dead, and never found. It's also been five years since Eden and Clay Larson's marriage fell apart. Now, Eden has found faith in God and is moving ... Review of Lonestar Angel
On 10/1 Prism Book Reviews wrote: There You'll Find Me by Jenny B. Jones is the captivating YA Christian fiction about a girl who finds healing through God, Ireland, and... a vampire. Okay, okay, let me explain. Finley Sinclair is a driven eighteen year old who is determined to get accepted into the Manhattan music conservatory. However, ... Review of There You'll Find Me
On 7/15 Prism Book Reviews wrote: Don't Check Your Brains at the Door by Josh Mcdowell and Bob Hostetler is a nonfiction book for teens about some of the tough questions in life. The book is broken down into six divisions about some myths teens face.The divisions are Myths about God, Myths about Jesus, Myths about the Bible, Myths about ... Review of Don't Check Your Brains at the Door
On 6/30 Prism Book Reviews wrote: The Final Hour by Andrew Klavan is the fourth and final book in The Homelanders teen action and adventure series. Charlie West is finally regaining his memory- all of it. But when his memory reveals an evil plot that will destroy millions of lives, Charlie must determine how much he is willing to sacrifice. ... Review of The Final Hour
On 5/11 Prism Book Reviews wrote: No Place Like Holmes by Jason Lethcoe is a mystery book set in the times of Sherlock Holmes. Griffin Sharpe is no ordinary boy, and, to put it quite simply, he's a genius. When Griffin visits his uncle in England at 221B Baker Street, he's shocked to find out that his uncle absolutely hates his neighbor, ... The Game's Afoot!
On 1/17 Prism Book Reviews wrote: Save the Date by Jenny B. Jones is an unusual romantic story that's a little like a modern-day Cinderella. When a huge donor backs out, Lucy Wiltshire is desperate to save her home for teen girls who have outgrown the foster care system and have to fight through life like she did. Alex Sinclair is desperate ... Review of Save the Date!
On 12/28 Prism Book Reviews wrote: Invasion by J. S. Lewis is the first book in the C.H.A.O.S. series, a science fiction book about a boy's mission to uncover the scary truth about a huge company with some big secrets.Colt McAlister's happy, surfer-boy life is suddenly shaken when his parents get killed in a car accident. He soon moves ... Review of Invasion!
On 11/30 Prism Book Reviews wrote: The Truth of the Matter by Andrew Klavan is the third book in The Homelanders series (you can find my review for the second book here) Charlie West has been running away for so long, from both the law and a group of terrorists. After being prosecuted for the murder of his best friend and losing his memory ... Review of The Truth of The Matter!
On 8/23 Prism Book Reviews wrote: Love, Charleston by Beth Webb Hart is the story of three women, a preacher, and one Holy City. Anne Brumley is a woman who has been longing for love, but she believes that God wants her to stay in Charleston to find her true love. Widower Roy Summerhall soon arrives in Charleston with his daughter to ... Review of Love, Charleston
On 7/12 Prism Book Reviews wrote: Beyond Opinion by Ravi Zacharias is a book that brilliantly addresses apologetics and equips the reader with more understanding of sharing and defending the Christian faith. I first became interested in this book because my parents are listeners and supporters of Mr. Zacharias's ministry (RZIM) and teachings. ... Review of Beyond Opinion: A Teen's Perspective
On 6/28 Prism Book Reviews wrote: Venom and Song by Wayne Thomas Batson and Christopher Hopper is the exciting second book in The Berinfell Prophecies. This thrilling action/fantasy book will capture the attention and enjoyment of many young readers.Meet the seven young lords of Allyra, elves given special unique powers to defeat the ... Review of Venom and Song!
On 5/18 Prism Book Reviews wrote: A Summer Secret by Kathleen Fuller is a Christian juvenile mystery of an Amish girl, thirteen-year-old Mary Beth, who discovers a barn and makes it her own secret place, away from her bothersome brothers. She seeks a way to escape and journal and sketch, even though her parents forbid her to go near ... Review of A Summer Secret
On 4/19 Prism Book Reviews wrote: How Should a Christian Live? is a devotion for teens that covers lessons that can be taken from 1 Corinthians through 2 Thessalonians. This book is from a series of devotionals written to accompany the Word of Promise: Next Generation Audio Bible CD(s) that have recently come out. I'll cover the ... Review of How Should a Christian Live?
On 2/4 Prism Book Reviews wrote: A Biblezine? What is that? These were my thoughts a few weeks ago as I stood in front of a display of teen books at my local Christian store. Little did I know that I would be reviewing a Biblezine soon, Revolve 2010. Filled with shiny, eye-catching pictures and plenty of awesome features for girls, ... Review of Revolve 2010
On 1/19 Prism Book Reviews wrote: The Long Way Home by Andrew Klavan is the action packed sequel to The Last Thing I Remember. Charlie West used to be a normal high schooler. He had friends, a great training in karate, and even a sweetheart. But fast forward a year later. Charlie's memory has disappeared and he must rebuild his past. ... The Long Way Home by Andrew Klavan Review