The Week in Reviews: ReadLove Recap For the Week Beginning February 1, 2016

 

Another week has come and gone at ReadLove ! Here’s what you may have missed:

Monday:

Christian Chapters – An Amish Market: Four Novellas by Various Authors

5 of 5 Hearts. An Uplifting, Varied Collection of Amish Love Stories.

Though these four Amish marketplace stories have commonalities, things are kept fresh by each author’s unique fingerprint — her own “flavor”. Sitting down with An Amish Market is like cozying up by the fire while sipping from different cups of tea or nibbling on four kinds of chocolate. All different, yet all delicious. In case the stories weren’t delightful enough for you, there are recipes at the back of the book to satisfy your sweet tooth.

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Tuesday:

Kids Corner: Review and Giveaway – Jesus Today: Devotions For Kids by Sarah Young

5 of 5 Hearts. A Wonderfully Accessible Devotional Tool For All Ages.

Easy enough for kids, yet robust and meaningful enough for teens, or even adults, Jesus Today: Devotions For Kids is a special text that takes the struggle out of growing closer to Jesus and will likely make quiet time something kids not only enjoy but look forward to.

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Wednesday:

Christian Chapters: Irish Meadows by Susan Anne Mason

4 of 5 Hearts. A Turn-of-the-Century Romance About Finding the Courage to Dream.

Irish Meadows was a joy and pleasure to read. Susan Anne Mason shows that it takes perseverance and courage to dream. Witnessing Brianna, Colleen, Gil, and Rylan navigate rough waters en route to love and happiness will inspire you to brave your own storm. (And spur you on to reading the next book in the series!)

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Friday:

Teen Zone: I Am The Traitor by Allen Zadoff

5 of 5 Hearts. A Killer Conclusion to a Stunning Spy Series!

With The Unknown Assassin, Allen Zadoff has created the perfect YA spy series. With each successive entry, he takes his plotting up a notch while also revealing more complexity and more likability in his hero (and yes, by the end Boy Nobody is unquestionably heroic). Though I Am The Traitor can easily be read in a day — heck, a sitting — resist. Proceed slowly. Savor it. For when you get the end, it’s, sadly, the end.

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That’s everything that happened on ReadLove this week. See you next week!

Until then, I’d love it if you shared a bit about your week in the comments!

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