This page is full of links to my reviews (so you won't have to browse through all of my past posts).  They're sorted by their genre.


-Radical by David Platt

-Dug Down Deep by Joshua Harris

-J. R. R. Tolkien by Mark Horne


-The Wingfeather Saga by Andrew Peterson [first two books]

-The Wilderking Trilogy by Jonathan Rogers

-Starlighter by Bryan Davis

-Curse of the Spider King by Wayne Thomas Batson and Christopher Hopper

-Venom and Song by Wayne Thomas Batson and Christopher Hopper

-Across the Face of the World by Russell Kirkpatrick

-Sword in the Stars by Wayne Thomas Batson

-Sir Quinlan and the Swords of Valor by Chuck Black

-The Charlatan's Boy by Jonathan Rogers

-The Keepers of Elenath by Amanda Bradburn

-The Ale Boy's Feast by Jeffrey Overstreet

-Sir Rowan and the Camerian Conquest by Chuck Black

-From Darkness Won by Jill Williamson

-100 Cupboards by N. D. Wilson

-Swords of the Six by Scott Appleton

-The Map Across Time by C. S. Lakin

-The Dragons of Chiril by Donita K. Paul

-The Errant King by Wayne Thomas Batson

-The Land of Darkness by C. S. Lakin

-Rise of the Dibor by Christopher Hopper

-Athera's Dawn by Christopher Hopper

-The Tide of Unmaking by Wayne Thomas Batson and Christopher Hopper


-Invasion by Jon S. Lewis

-The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan

-The Realms Thereunder by Ross Lawhead

-Crazy Dangerous by Andrew Klavan

-Behemoth by Jonathan C. Leicht

-The New Recruit by Jill Williamson


-The Mysterious Island by Jules Verne, Swiss Family Robinson by Johann Wyss, and Sherlock Holmes [all in one post]

-From the Earth to the Moon by Jules Verne, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain, and The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas [all in one post]


-The Word Unleashed by Steve Rzasa

-The Word Reclaimed by Steve Rzasa

Have you read a great book recently and want to spread the word?  Or maybe you've heard of a book and you're unsure if you want to read it or not?  Either way, you can recommend a book for me to review.  I'll do my best to get it (within reason, providing it's not one of the genres I don't review), but my resources are limited, since I live in Africa.

I hope this was helpful!



Nolan said...

I highly recommend Auralia's Colors. It's a great book that you won't forget. It's book 1 in the Auralia Thread, with Cyndere's Midnight, Raven's Ladder, and one other coming soon that will wrap up the "thread".

I also recommend The Circle Series if you haven't read it =)

Jake said...

I have read the Circle Series, and it is very good. Excellent books.

I'll try to get ahold of Auralia's Colors, but since the library doesn't have it, it may be hard.

Anonymous said...

"aurelia's colours" could have been written better, the auther improved with "cinder's midnight".but then dedicated the book to st john chrysotsom society...he published 650+ sermons against the jews, some very extreme, which now has tainted the book for me. (i am a messianic jew)

Jake said...

I'm sorry to hear that.

Nolan said...

I've never heard that. Jeffrey Overstreet writes for a Christian review site; I doubt they would let him if what you said is true.

Isaacpermann said...

Have you ever read: Monster by Frank Peretti?

Great book...

Jane Anise said...

Have you ever read anything by Rosemary Sutcliff? Because she is amazing. One of my favorites is Outcast, or Mark of the Horse Lord (Roman-Britain) one of her books (Eagle of the Ninth) was just made into a movie(well like a year ago)(the title shortened to The Eagle) But yes, she is a MUST!!