Tag: book review

Jun 30

Musings on Lee and Grant and the Civil War

I just finished listening to William C. Davis’ book Crucible of Command:  Ulysses S. Grant and Robert E. Lee–The War They Fought, the Peace They Forged.  The book is 688 pages in hardcover and took over 24 hours to listen to it.  I listened to it over a period of 4 months.  I really enjoyed …

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Oct 27

Book Review – Surprising Secrets of Highly Happy Marriages

Shaunti Feldhahn is a researcher and author on marriage.  She, along with her husband, have written numerous books on the subject.  Her best-selling work was For Women Only and its partner volume For Men Only.  She is noted for her analytical and statistical approach to the study of marriage and family.  She brings a unique …

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Oct 25

Book Review: Fred 2.0

In 2004 Mark Sanborn made postman Fred Shea a inspirational icon with his bestselling book The Fred Factor:  How Passion in Your Work and Life Can Turn the Ordinary into the Extraordinary.  The book inspired a movement of giving extraordinary service and seeing value in relationships by “Freds” across America. Seeking to follow up on …

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Jul 22

Book Reviews: The Derision of Heaven and Esau’s Doom

I have a great appreciation and admiration for Michael Whitworth.  Michael started his own publishing company Start2Finish books a couple of years back.  It is his aim to produce trusted, engaging guides to God’s word.  He desires to cover every Bible book over the course of his lifetime.  He is certainly making great strides at …

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