Category Archives: Social Issues

The Gevaudan Project by A.K. Preston (2018)

The Gevaudan Project by A.K. Preston is an intelligent, wild ride that puts one in mind of a Michael Crichton thriller. I’m a big fan of monster stories and I was intrigued by the title, as it references a well-known

The Gevaudan Project by A.K. Preston (2018)

The Gevaudan Project by A.K. Preston is an intelligent, wild ride that puts one in mind of a Michael Crichton thriller. I’m a big fan of monster stories and I was intrigued by the title, as it references a well-known

No Net by Noah Nichols. Createspace (2016)

The premise of No Net is intriguing. Basically Noah Nichols asks, “What if the Internet suddenly vanished in the not-too-distant future?” Over the course of 20 chapters, Nichols’ message shines through: We should be careful not to neglect the things

No Net by Noah Nichols. Createspace (2016)

The premise of No Net is intriguing. Basically Noah Nichols asks, “What if the Internet suddenly vanished in the not-too-distant future?” Over the course of 20 chapters, Nichols’ message shines through: We should be careful not to neglect the things

Legal Reichs: Book 1 – There’s A Thin Line by Ronin Schtihl Daire and Trisha A. Lindsey (America Star Books/Publish America) 2000

There’s a Thin Line is the first book of the Legal Reichs series. The series concerns Josef, a man groomed to be the leader of the neo-Nazi White supremacy hate group, the Aryan Brotherhood Nation, and Blaire, who is supposed

Legal Reichs: Book 1 – There’s A Thin Line by Ronin Schtihl Daire and Trisha A. Lindsey (America Star Books/Publish America) 2000

There’s a Thin Line is the first book of the Legal Reichs series. The series concerns Josef, a man groomed to be the leader of the neo-Nazi White supremacy hate group, the Aryan Brotherhood Nation, and Blaire, who is supposed

Fractured by Lambert Nagle – Lambert Nagle (2014)

Fractured by Lambert Nagle is a short story prequel to Revolution Earth. As such, I imagine it adds value and insight to folks who are already fans of Revolution Earth. Unfortunately, I’d never heard of the book until I received

Fractured by Lambert Nagle – Lambert Nagle (2014)

Fractured by Lambert Nagle is a short story prequel to Revolution Earth. As such, I imagine it adds value and insight to folks who are already fans of Revolution Earth. Unfortunately, I’d never heard of the book until I received

Danny Boy by Laura Whiskens – House of Cats Publishing [UK] (2013) [Short Story]

I have never reviewed a short story before, but I happily leave a few comments for Laura Whisken’s “Danny Boy.” This brief tale is told from the point of view of a girl who grows up next door to a

Danny Boy by Laura Whiskens – House of Cats Publishing [UK] (2013) [Short Story]

I have never reviewed a short story before, but I happily leave a few comments for Laura Whisken’s “Danny Boy.” This brief tale is told from the point of view of a girl who grows up next door to a

How Do We Know the Bible Is True? – Volume 2, Ken Ham & Bodie Hodge, General Editors (Master Books) 2012

A fitting companion to volume one of the series, How Do We Know the Bible Is True? – Volume 2  touches upon roughly 30 relevant apologetics issues and provides sound Biblical answers to these questions: Why are young people walking

How Do We Know the Bible Is True? – Volume 2, Ken Ham & Bodie Hodge, General Editors (Master Books) 2012

A fitting companion to volume one of the series, How Do We Know the Bible Is True? – Volume 2  touches upon roughly 30 relevant apologetics issues and provides sound Biblical answers to these questions: Why are young people walking

Indoctrination: Public Schools and the Decline of Christianity. Edited by Charles Laverdiere. Master Books: Green Forest, AR (2012)

I’m always leery of the book version of a film, especially documentaries and other nonfictional media, mostly because the “novelization” tends to rehash the same ground that I just covered in the movie. But every once in a while, the

Indoctrination: Public Schools and the Decline of Christianity. Edited by Charles Laverdiere. Master Books: Green Forest, AR (2012)

I’m always leery of the book version of a film, especially documentaries and other nonfictional media, mostly because the “novelization” tends to rehash the same ground that I just covered in the movie. But every once in a while, the