A Peek at Bathsheba (The David Chronicles Book 2), by Uvi Poznansky. (Still 0.99?)
"Uvi Paznanski has brought the story of King David to life, giving us a very human David with human feelings and struggles, which I might point out, in response to a previous review, have not changed much over the millenia. Her work is informed by her deep knowledge of the biblical story and commentary, as well as art history and she does a masterful job of weaving the psalms into the story. She gives David a contemporary voice, which I like. After all, when people speak to each other during any time period they sound contemporary to themselves and each other. At the same time, the richness of her descriptive language, to me, evokes a sense of majesty that seems, well, biblical." -- Amazon Reviewer
226 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 54 reviews.
My Journey Through War and Peace: Explorations of a Young Filmmaker, Feminist and Spiritual Seeker (The Heroine's Journey Book 1), by Melissa Burch. (Still 0.99?)
"Through a multi-layered narration, her Afghanistan adventures become a metaphor for discovering her personal spiritual journey where she seeks and unveils meaning and direction in her life. This memoir illuminates a significant phase in our history and immerses us in another culture. We get an insider’s view of the Afghan people during The Cold War. It helped me put the current unrest into a historical context. It also reinforced for me how stepping outside our comfort zone is often the way we find ourselves.
A moving and well-written memoir with a powerful message about the journey to find self. I highly recommend this engaging and satisfying read that will make you think about your own spiritual journey." -- Amazon Reviewer
208 pages, with a 4.6-star rating from 51 reviews.
In His Footsteps: I Gave My To Do List To God and Got More Done, More Sleep and Less Stress, by Margaret Agard. (Still 1.99?)
"I find that once I read a book I no longer feel a need to revisit it. In His Footsteps is an exception to that. I turn to it often when I need a pick me up or just a good laugh. As I am reading it, I always feel enlightened as the author puts things in a way that makes me feel that "I can do this!". It is heartwarming, funny and serious all at the same time. She can admit to her weaknesses and show how you can "simply" follow God to be happy daily. I find strength in her stories of struggle and hope in her desire to be humble. And for me the greatest part is her wit that is never failing through it all." -- Amazon Reviewer
120 pages, with a 4.1-star rating from 41 reviews.
Dan and Frankie Save the World, by Richard Langridge. (Still free?)
"If you're looking for something funny and that isn't too serious, I urge you to check out Dan and Frankie Save the World. I haven't laughed this much while reading a book in a long time. The two main characters, Dan and Frankie, are hilarious and likable even though they both mess up a lot and are far from perfect. I found myself rooting for them both while still laughing at the mistakes they made and the hijinks they got into.
" -- Amazon Reviewer
398 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 3 reviews.
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