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The Honeys
by Ryan La Sala


I loved this book because it was creepy and sweet at the same time which is what I like. I think that it also had some good representation of LGBTQ+ characters.
 
 


Iron Flame
by Rebecca Yarros


I don't know if this book should have been split in 2, or should it have been half as long - either way , by about 40% I was ready to be done. There's still not a ton of great explanation of the world or how it works and when characters die, I don't feel the emotional impact because I can't remember who they are! Also, 3 full chapters of smut (non-continuous) if you like that sort of thing. For me, 15 min of an audio description is too long.
 
 


The House Of Hidden Meanings
by RuPaul


RuPaul is an amazing storyteller. My favorite quote was “everyone has a secret girl inside of them.”
 
 


Curious George
by H. A. Rey


We enjoyed all pages.
 
 


Curious George
by H. A. Rey


We enjoyed all pages.
 
 


A Cup of Trembling
by Dave Hunt


Accurate book. Extremely relevant, especially after what has happened since October 7. Shows the dangers of any attempts at a man-made "peace." It also shows what the Scriptures say concerning the Jews' right to the land (provided they are faithful to God). But it also exposes the dangers of Replacement Theology. It also shows Israel's role (according to Biblical prophecy) in the events leading to the Second Coming of Christ.
 
 


Prisoner Of Trebekistan
by Bob Harris


Funny narrative of one of the few contestants who took part in Jeopardy! tournaments that took place at Radio City Music Hall. He also goes into detail about his life before Jeopardy! and his relationships while he was competing.
 
 


Israel: The Blessing or the Curse
by John McTernan and Bill Koenig


Scary book! Considering how our Presidents have been messing with God's covenant land, it's a wonder that God has not reduced this country to a third-world country. Israel is not to trade its land for promises of peace.
 
 


Realm Breaker
by Victoria Aveyard


Very mediocre fantasy novel. The events and outcomes seem very predictable and the characters were very archetypal and flat. The writing was quite tedious and long-winded. This was the first book of a series, and I have no interest in reading the rest of the series not only because of the writing style, but because I really am not invested in any of the characters.
 
 


The Lions Of Al-rassan
by Guy Gavriel Kay


This is my first foray into the works of this author. It is a historical fiction account paralleling the Spanish reconquest of Moorish Spain and the Spanish Inquisition. Being familiar with that history, I found the writing to be somewhat didactic and moralistic. Well I'm very much involved in Interfaith dialogue and religious harmony, I found the author's writing to be somewhat didactic and inelegant in the way he blugons us with the very obvious situations and dialogues about this topic. However, I did find that I cared a lot about the characters and the suspense in the last hundred or so pages was well written and kept me on the education.
 
 
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