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: Being Human  by Steve Chalke
It's easy to sleepwalk through life without ever really considering what we're here for. But life presents us with continual opportunities to wake up - and to think about not just what we do with our lives, but who we become while living them. Ultimately it is the story...
Book Review: Different - Living The Holy Life by Simon Ponsonby
Who ever said Different was easy? In his latest book, the 'people's theologian' Simon Ponsonby brings a passionate challenge to deal with the things that stop us from following God and which make us just like everyone else. Different is a way of...
Book Review: When God Laughs by Steve Hawkins
God laughs and God has fun? Many of us have been taught, or perhaps through experience have come to believe, that most things to do with God are of a solemn nature. He is God, right? He is the awesome, unfathomable Creator who sits enthroned above...
Book Review: The Bible From Scratch by Simon Jenkins
For all who find the Bible a bit daunting, The Bible from Scratch could be just what's needed. It offers a lightning sketch of the Bible using easy-to-follow graphics and explains clearly and simply the essential meaning of every Bible book. It provides...
Book Review: Under Their Very Eyes by Deborah Meroff, Tom Hamblin
From a brutal and impoverished background in Reading, England, Tom Hamblin became a believer as a teenager before serving as a missionary in the Far East. He and his wife Edna spent more than a decade leading expeditions into the heart of Borneo. Gradually they become...
Book Review: Planet Police by Natalie Vellacott
Natalie Vellacott worked in Sussex Police for almost a decade, during which time she investigated almost every type of crime from traffic offences, thefts and minor assaults to burglaries, rape and murder. These revealing and often humorous stories from the frontline of policing address the questions...
Book Review: The Lion Comic Book Hero Bible by Siku, Richard Thomas, Jeff Anderson
From its greatest heroes to its darkest villains...the Bible as never seen before! The men and women of the Bible were not perfect, but nor were they ordinary. Faith gave some power. To lead. To save. To destroy evil. Others succumbed to the darkness. But still more was required....
Book Review: The Watchman Of Kerioth by David Staines
There is a door that lies between the worlds of men and angels. When orphans Joshua and Lucy are summoned by their grandfather, who has disowned them, they feel convinced that his intentions are far from charitable, Sure enough, they soon find themselves each on a...
Book Review: Northern Soul by David O'Brien
Set in the north of England, this book tells the remarkable story of how God transformed the life of a punk and football hooligan into one of devotion and service to Jesus. Would it bother you if your vicar or pastor was a former skinhead, punk-rocker...
Book Review: The Atlas Legacy by Colin Newton
“The problem is Seb Lowry.” Several eyebrows were raised. “Unfortunately, he’s somehow stumbled on to something important…” Lost civilization hunter Seb Lowry, young archaeologist Bethany Fisher, and gap year student Josiah Hope, stumble across a trail from the ancient past. Ranging across Europe in a quest to unravel cryptic...
Book Review: God's Kaleidoscope by George Falconer
The Christian life is like a kaleidoscope; one never knows what the next pattern will be. Life events are just like the colours, full of surprises. George Falconer’s faith led him to the red light district in Amsterdam, working amongst prostitutes, the homeless and other needy people living in...
Book Review: The Mind Connection by Joyce Meyer
Are your thoughts random and meaningless, or do they affect your life in ways you have not yet understood? In THE MIND CONNECTION, Joyce Meyer explains that the quality of your thoughts directly affects your quality of life. What you think impacts your words, attitude, decisions...
Book Review: The Unofficial Bible For Minecrafters by Garrett Romines, Christopher Miko
Since 2009, Minecraft has taken the gaming world by storm. Now hugely popular with children, those familiar with the phenomenon will love this new world and the adventures of God's people. Garrett Romines, and Christopher Miko; skilled in using games and toys to...
Book Review: Revelation Road by Nick Page
If you're reading this, we're still alive. The end of the world has not occurred. But it can't be long now, can it? For two thousand years, the Book of Revelation  has inspired countless conspiracy theorists, film-makers, writers and artists, as well as theologians and teachers....
Book Review: My Journey So Far by Andrew White
Andrew White is something of a legend: a man of great charm and energy, whose personal suffering has not deflected him from his role as one of the world’s most trusted mediators and reconcilers. As a child and young man growing up in London Andrew was frequently ill. He...
Book Review: Filthy Rich by Manoj Raithatha
The property tycoon who struck real gold. "Why not spend £35million on one big day out?" The Daily Telegraph on Manoj's growing property empire, 2005 Manoj Raithatha had it all. A booming property business, a picture-book family and the power to shape his destiny. His was...
Book Review: Tails I Lose by Justyn Rees Larcombe
A little flutter. Harmless fun. A sociable and often glamorous way to try your luck. This is how gambling is frequently portrayed in television and social media advertising. Almost three quarters of all adults in the UK have gambled at some point in the last year, but...
Book Review: Aussie Grit: My Formula One Journey by Mark Webber
Mark Webber was at the centre of one of the most captivating chapters in the history of Formula One. In 2010, while racing for Red Bull, he and his team mate Sebastian Vettel went head to head for the World Championship. There could only be one winner. ...
The Shepherds Crown by Terry Pratchett illustrated by Paul Kidby
A SHIVERING OF WORLDSDeep in the Chalk, something is stirring. The owls and the foxes can sense it, and Tiffany Aching feels it in her boots. An old enemy is gathering strength.
Make Me by Lee Child
This is the 20th thriller in the popular Jack Reacher series by Lee Child. There are weird names all over the country. Why single out Mother's Restin a nation with towns called Why and Whynot, and Accident and Peculiar, and Santa Claus and No Name? ...
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