Recommended by Mark Tubbs.
A fine literary mystery novel that delivers in every way, especially in the aspect of characterization.
A work of historical fiction valuable for its leadership lessons from a military campaign fraught with indecision and ineptitude.
Not recommended by Mark Tubbs.
Better the second time through this fantastical novelette, but still nowhere near to being a work worthy of being called the heir of the Inklings.
Superlative in every way: suspense, pacing, characterization, human interest, use of language, etc.
A page-turner of a character novel whose characters are not quite as engaging as in Snyder's previous novels.
A new installment in the Winnie-the-Pooh Collection in every way equal to its venerable predecessors.
Recommended by Tim Challies.
A solid resource book which thoroughly refutes the faulty presuppositions of the bestelling novel.
A page-turner, granted, but unless you are a Christian Romance buff, you probably don't need to read this one.
Recommended by Trevin Wax.
A good, long Russian novel of humor and pathos.
Recommended by Leslie Wiggins.
An enjoyable Sci-Fi novel featuring a theory as the protagonist.
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