The latest reviews of books from Christian authors.

We review the latest Fiction and Non-Fiction titles from major publishers such as Lion Hudson, Hodder Faith and more.

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Book Review: Hanging Out With Jesus by Bob Hartman
Updated April 09, 2019 0   1  
Pip, one of the disciples, retells the adventures he had while hanging out with Jesus in this fun, quirky yet informative story from the master storyteller Bob Hartman. Big Bart, Tommo and me, Pip. Three guys on a three-year adventure. Hanging out with Jesus. Finding out...
Book Review: Ninety-Nine Signs by Elisheba Haxby, Jesse Vincent
Updated April 08, 2019 0   2  
Are there places too dark for love to reach? On the run after another betrayal, Tamara Jensen believes she’s too broken for love… then come the signs. A breakdown strands her in Vancouver, Washington on the corner of 99th and Highway 99. Across...
Book Review: Of Fire And Lions by Mesu Andrews
Updated March 27, 2019 0   2  
Survival. A Hebrew girl first tasted it when she escaped death nearly seventy years ago as the Babylonians ransacked Jerusalem and took their finest as captives. She thought she'd perfected in the many years amongst the Magoi and the idol worshippers, pretending with all the others...
Updated February 28, 2019 1   2  
When Victoria Arlen was ten years old, she suddenly began having a quandary of health issues; asthma, pneumonia, fainting spells, ear infections, flu symptoms, and much more. Over the course of three short months, she lost her ability to speak, eat, walk, and move, and she...
Updated February 23, 2019 0   2  
A HUMOROUS NOVEL INVESTIGATING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN GRACE, FAITH AND WORKS. Mr Jones didn’t have a good Christmas. He died. Not to worry – he’s a Christian, so he’s going to heaven… isn’t he? Mr Gilmore, his guardian angel, thinks so… but Demon Dumas doesn’t. ...
Updated February 23, 2019 0   2  
Nin studied Michael with bright eyes. “You should accompany me on my Expedition. You are an Explorer. Why else would you arrive at the exactical moment of my departure? I will cross the threshold of Onestria and explore the mystical lands beyonder.” Nin reached a massive arm around Michael’s...
Updated January 16, 2019 1   2  
The Sacred Art of Joking is a book by James Cary about how jokes can go horribly wrong, especially in the realm of religion. The devil may have all the best tunes. But does he have all the best jokes? Was Jesus funny?...
Updated November 04, 2018 0   2  
“What’s the country coming to? Losing our homes, our jobs, that’s one thing, but to lose our respect for each other, to stoop to this level to survive – it’s… it’s primitive!” Meghan Manley is the middle child of five, and her family are quite content...
Updated August 26, 2018 0   2  
Master Hugh won the Black Prince's favour when he helped ease the prince's illness. Now, in the autumn of 1372, the prince is suffering a relapse and sends to Bampton for Master Hugh to attend him. While at dinner in Kennington Palace, Sir Giles, the knight...
Updated July 30, 2018 0   2  
She escaped,into a trap. It was a trap. Her dream had been to escape Belarus for a new life in the West, but in Edinburgh the dream becomes a nightmare. Now the choice is simple. Comply or die. Meanwhile, Pastor David Hidalgo’s mind...
Book Review: The Little Blog of Lucanus by Simon Ratsey
Updated April 17, 2018 0   1  
The Apostle Paul’s missionary journeys are vividly portrayed in this imagined yet fact-filled diary of Doctor Luke, the writer of the Book of Acts. Based on the Bible’s narrative and filled with cultural and historical background, Luke describes how it feels to travel by land and sea across the...
Book Review: Darkness To Destiny by Gwynneth Sunshine
Updated April 07, 2018 0   1  
A boarding school for girls was radically transformed when one of the pupils encountered Jesus and began to share her newfound faith. Gwynneth was one of the first to follow in devoting her life to Christ, and the revival that followed had far-reaching effects. Gwynneth completed...
Updated March 26, 2018 0   3  
Flames leap skyward from a blitzed factory in West Ham as an air raid destroys all in its path. When the blaze threatens neighbouring houses a volunteer fireman breaks in to rescue a trapped resident – but instead finds only the body of a young woman,...
Book Review: The Death Beat by Fiona Veitch Smith
February 23, 2018 1   3  
Poppy looked up, her face pale, her hands shaking. “What is it, Poppy? ” “Oh my, Rollo, oh my. I think we’ve just struck gold.” Poppy Denby is furious with Rollo, who has gambled away his position at the Daily Globe and is being banished to...
Book Review: Deeds Of Darkness by Mel Starr
Updated February 11, 2018 0   2  
When Bampton’s coroner, Hubert Shillside, does not return from a trip to Oxford, Master Hugh de Singleton is called. Concerned for his old friend, Hugh takes to the road to investigate. Travel is safer than in times hence but, out of sight of prying eyes, it is still unwise...
Book Review: Benefit of the Doubt by Les Cowan
Updated January 07, 2018 0   2  
David Hidalgo, a bilingual Scot, and pastor of an independent church in Madrid, is doing what he can to pick up the threads of his life and ministry after his wife is murdered by drug dealers objecting to the local impact of the growing church. Back in Edinburgh he...
Book Review: Local Artist by Paul Trembling
Updated January 03, 2018 0   2  
The police call came at 4:00 am. A possible burglary that turns out to be a particularly nasty murder. Sandra Deeson, the Librarian who finds the bloodied body, is deeply shaken. Then the nightmares begin. . . because what the police don't know is that this...
Book Review: The Cover Story by Deb Richardson-Moore
Updated December 22, 2017 0   2  
A fatal crash involving two college students heading home for the holidays seems like an unfortunate accident. But when the surviving girl wakens, she tells a curious story of the vehicle that forced them off the road – an old-fashioned, 1950s-style hearse. Reporter Branigan Powers delves into the mystery...
Book Review: Over Load by Joyce Meyer
Updated December 20, 2017 0   3  
Through this collection of practical advice and spiritual insights, you will find not only the time to read God's word, but also find the peace and strength to help you through all the difficulties and challenges of modern life. No stranger to demands and business, Joyce...
Book Review: Manacle by Chris Aslan
Updated December 10, 2017 0   1  
"I hear the clatter of swords and torches outside the cave as the soldiers come for me. In a moment their faces will relax when they see a skinny, outnumbered boy. They don't realise how dangerous I am. That I have monsters inside me. I want to shout out...
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