Book Reviews

All book reviews displayed on this page are written from a Christian worldview.

Why do I review books? Find out here: The Value of a Book Review.

Christian Fiction: Ages 6-9


As a reviewer who holds a Christian worldview, I will say this: I believe that the good in this book far outweighs the questionable. It is a beautiful story about family, loss, love, anger, faithfulness, respect, and dealing with the past.

The Cat Ninja and a Cabal of Shadows by Erik DeLeo

Ninjas? Swords? Stealth in the night? The Cat Ninja and a Cabal of Shadows has them all!

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Parent Book Review of Wanda E. Brunstetter's Double Trouble: What a Pair!

What a Pair! by Wanda E. Brunstetter

“…wholesome entertainment for your child…”

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Why do I review books? Find out here: The Value of a Book Review.

Christian Fiction: Ages 10-13



Fish in a Tree by Lynda Mullaly Hunt

“If you want to share a book with your child that lends itself to fantastic discussions, this is it.”

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Margaret and the Moth Tree by Brit Trogen and Kari Trogen

“Immediately, I fell in love with Margaret. I wanted to pick her up and snuggle her and tell her that she is seen and loved.”

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Book review and parent opinion on THR3E by Ted Dekker

THR3E by Ted Dekker

“… I never once felt that the story lagged.”

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Why do I review books? Find out here: The Value of a Book Review.

Christian Fiction: Adult



book review of The Canary List by Sigmund Brouwer

The Canary List by Sigmund Brouwer

Not all is as you think it is... There’s more going on behind the scenes than you can imagine... It’s crucial to discern who can truly be trusted...”

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The Prodigy Alton Gansky book review

The Prodigy by Alton Gansky

“…the topics of demonic influence in people‚Äôs lives and whether or not miracles still occur today were respectfully explored.”

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The Weight of Shadows by Alison Strobel

“…hurting people hurt other people…”

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Book review and parent opinion on THR3E by Ted Dekker

THR3E by Ted Dekker

“… I never once felt that the story lagged.”

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Why do I review books? Find out here: The Value of a Book Review.

Christian Non-Fiction: Adult


Book Review of Friending: Real Relationships in a Virtual World

Friending: Real Relationships in a Virtual World by Lynne M. Baab

“…an encouraging nudge toward healthy friendships in ALL forms – virtual and physical.”

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Why do I review books? Find out here: The Value of a Book Review.

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