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07 Nov Posted by in Reviews | Comments Off on Review: Lady Carliss & The Waters of Moorue

Review: Lady Carliss & The Waters of Moorue

Review: Lady Carliss & The Waters of Moorue

Lady Carliss & The Waters of Moorue by Chuck Black (Knights of Arrethrae) Reviewed by Lori Twichell, Radiant Lit Genre: Young Adult, Fantasy, Religious Publisher: Multnomah Books Publication Dates: March 16, 2010 Lady Carliss has passion for her King and his Son. She has always stood strong for her faith and done whatever she needed […]

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05 Nov Posted by in Reviews | Comments Off on Review: Sir Dalton & The Shadow Heart

Review: Sir Dalton & The Shadow Heart

Review: Sir Dalton & The Shadow Heart

Sir Dalton & The Shadow Heart by Chuck Black (Knights of Arrethrae) Reviewed by Lori Twichell, Radiant Lit Genre: Young Adult, Fantasy, Religious Publisher: Multnomah Books Publication Dates: May 5, 2009 Sir Dalton is a young knight in training. He’s got the world going for him. He has a beautiful maiden that he’s planning to […]

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03 Nov Posted by in Reviews | Comments Off on Review: Sir Bentley & Holbrook Court

Review: Sir Bentley & Holbrook Court

Review: Sir Bentley & Holbrook Court

Sir Bentley & Holbrook Court by Chuck Black (Knights of Arrethrae) Reviewed by Lori Twichell, Radiant Lit Genre: Young Adult, Fantasy, Religious Publisher: Multnomah Books Publication Dates: Feb 17, 2009 In the second book of Chuck Black’s Knights of Arrethtrae series, we meet Sir Bentley. He’s a young man with a passion for life and […]

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03 Nov Posted by in Comedy, Reviews | Comments Off on Review: A Bad Day’s Work

Review: A Bad Day’s Work

Review: A Bad Day’s Work

A Bad Day’s Work by Nora McFarland Reviewed by Lori Twichell, Radiant Lit Genre: mystery, comedy, romance Publisher: Touchstone Publication Dates: August 3, 2010 I thought I was the only person in the world who had really bad days at work. I’ve had work days involving sick kids and failed attempts at housetraining a dog….those […]

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01 Nov Posted by in Reviews | Comments Off on Review: Sir Kendrick & The Castle of Bel Lione

Review: Sir Kendrick & The Castle of Bel Lione

Review: Sir Kendrick & The Castle of Bel Lione

Sir Kendrick & The Castle of Bel Lione by Chuck Black (Knights of Arrethrae) Reviewed by Lori Twichell, Radiant Lit Genre: Young Adult, Fantasy, Religious Publisher: Multnomah Books Publication Dates: June 17, 2008 A long time ago there was a Kingdom that had lost its way. The King, able to see his people and see […]

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02 Jul Posted by in Reviews | Comments Off on Review: ReMatch by Erynn Mangum

Review: ReMatch by Erynn Mangum

Review: ReMatch by Erynn Mangum

ReMatch by Erynn Mangum Reviewed by Lori Twichell, Radiant Lit Genre: YA Fiction, Romance, Comedy Publisher: NavPress Publication Dates: August 23, 2007 So now that both of Lauren Holbrook’s sisters and her pastor are matched, who else is left to match. Well, let’s see. There’s her best friend (and boss) Brandon. Shawn, at the coffee shop is […]

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01 Jul Posted by in Reviews | Comments Off on Review: Miss Match by Erynn Mangum

Review: Miss Match by Erynn Mangum

Review: Miss Match by Erynn Mangum

Miss Match by Erynn Mangum Reviewed by Lori Twichell, Radiant Lit Genre: YA Fiction, Romance, Comedy Publisher: NavPress Publication Dates: March 27, 2007 Lauren Holbrook loves coffee, chocolate, her family and her friends and most of the time it’s in that order. (Hey, the coffee and the chocolate give her a nice boost in the happy […]

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18 Jun Posted by in Reviews | 1 comment

Review: 29 by Adena Halpern

Review: 29 by Adena Halpern

Reviewed by Lori Twichell, Radiant Lit Genre: Fantasy, chick lit, humor, drama Publisher: Touchstone Books Publication Dates: June 15, 2010 Gravity is not kind. Nor is it a respecter of persons. Seriously. That’s one of the first messages that we learn when we pick up 29. We learn that and the fact that Ellie Jerome cusses when […]

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