Reviews by Sarah Frantz
On 10/8 Sarah Frantz wrote: Bloggers can review books for Thomas Nelson. You pick from a selection of titles. You read the book. You write about it online, in two public venues, like Amazon and your blog. You get to keep the book for free. This is my public service announcement. I am not a scholar but I love to read. That all ... Refreshed by Weber
On 8/25 Sarah Frantz wrote: Thomas Nelson sent me the book J.R.R Tolkien by Mark Horne to review. This series is written by an assortment of writers and cover historical figures ranging from such illustrious figures as William F. Buckley to Anne Bradstreet, and encompassing scientists to Christian heroes. The books are a ... Love.
On 7/6 Sarah Frantz wrote: John MacArthur said in the foreword so aptly, “Ken Duncan has traced the journeys of the apostle Paul as thoroughly as anyone I know. Fortunately for all of us, Ken is a superb photographer with an uncanny ability to capture the atmosphere of Paul’s world with breathtaking clarity. “ This is ... a feast
On 3/4 Sarah Frantz wrote: I ordered Skeeter and the Mystery of the Lost Mosquito Treasure…to review from Thomas Nelson because: I thought my youngest daughter would enjoy it I thought it would be fun to watch with her I was curious what the Hermie and Friends videos are like, because I have never watched them before I am pleased to say, that we giggled ... Max Lucado’s Hermie and Friends…
On 2/20 Sarah Frantz wrote: Kiss was written by Ted Dekker and Erin Healy and published by Thomas Nelson. This is a typical Ted Dekker book with unexpected twists and turns, a thrilling popcorn read that keeps you on the edge of your seat. The main character is a young woman who is emotionally rejected by her father…it is a typical modern ... Review of Kiss…
On 1/16 Sarah Frantz wrote: If you have any spare money lying around, or a stagnant library card that needs use…I would encourage you to go to the bookstore or the library and get this book as fast as you can! Rex: A mother, her autistic child, and the music that transformed their lives I chose the book Rex by Cathleen Lewis, ... Review of Thomas Nelson book Rex
On 1/1 Sarah Frantz wrote: In The Shadow Of The Sun King by Golden Keyes Parsons This Christian historical fiction is loosely based on Golden Keyes Parsons’ family tree. The story is set in seventeenth century France amid the storm of the Protestants and Catholics. Vying for power, the Catholics, under King Louis XIV, are in the place of supremacy and are ... Thomas Nelson Book Give-Away!!!!