Wake Up The World
Gateway Worship Gateways first album, "Living For You," has some amazing songs on it. In fact, as I wrote in a comment, I believe they are the original writers of, "Revelation Song," which has become a staple in Christian...
Having not previously read any of Steven James' books, I was a bit hesitant to pick up his latest work - mainly because I don't like spending $11.99 only to find out the novel is mediocre. However, Steven...
I picked this book up at Lifeway for about $3.00 - it was bargain priced - and received about 7 hours of purely thrilling reading. I read the first eighty pages in about an hour, and picked the book up...
Dekker Didn't Disappoint | Posted October-12-2009
I read the Circle Trilogy several months ago, maybe even a year ago. I had no idea what to expect from Green because the previews said that it would be, "The beginning, and the end." However, I thought the book was pretty good, however predictable at times - the foreshadowing was a little TOO obvious. I would recommend it to those who have read the Circle trilogy already, but would tell first-time Dekker readers to read the trilogy before diving into Green.
One of Dekker's Best | Posted October-12-2009
I have read most of Ted Dekker's books, and I must say that Blink of an Eye, or Blink, as it was originally called, tops them all. Seth, the main character, is a genius - his IQ is 193. However, Seth is bored with life, and surfing is the only thing that seems to cure that problem. Seth's life takes a drastic change when he saves a Muslim princess from an assailant when he gets up to go to the bathroom during a dinner party. The enusing story is unpredictable and breathtaking. I finished the book in a couple of days, and although I am an avid reader, I think it would be hard for anyone to put this book down. I would highly recommend this read to anyone.