Category Archives: classics

In His Steps- Charles M Sheldon

What would Jesus do? The event of a young man asking help from the church community, receiving none, and subsequently dying, makes the pastor of a church rethink what it means to be a Christian. He realises that if he … Continue reading

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Book Review: What Alice forgot

What Alice forgot- Liane Moriarty Alice has a head injury which causes her to lose memory of the last 10 years. She believes she is 29 years old, madly in love with her husband Nick and pregnant with her first … Continue reading

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Deliver us from Evil- Ravi Zacharias

Deliver us from Evil- Ravi Zacharias I literally picked up the book by its cover, which displays the famous painting by Edvard Munch entitled “Scream”. Why is there so much evil in this world? Is God at fault? I was … Continue reading

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Lady Godiva- Who was she?

Godiva: The Viking Sagas David Rose In a small town of Coventry, a beautiful brave young girl grows up in an ideal world. She is loved and treasured. She grows up learning Christian songs and loves to be in the … Continue reading

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Are ambition and determination enough to make an Empress?

Catherine the Great- A biography by Ian Grey Ian Grey explores the story of Catherina the Great, the empress of Russia who ruled from 1762- 1796, the longest reign of a female Russian leader. He makes her look less victimised … Continue reading

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Artistic Dissonance

Create, they said. Enhance, make more.   Make sure it is there, but let no one infer. Be sure no one understands, no one cares.   Let nothing resonate with anything else. Let there be dissonance but subdued.   Let … Continue reading

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The Scarlet Letter

The Scarlet Letter – Nathaniel Hawthorne The story is set in 16th century England. Hester Prynne, a typical girl most women even today could identify with, is with a child out of wedlock. She has to bear the punishment of … Continue reading

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