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This Review Submitted by beccadutkiewicz

My husband and I have been together for almost 4 years now so I thought I knew pretty much everything about him. Well, this book taught me otherwise. This was a fun little game/chat that my...

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Jul 2, 15

This Review Submitted by benjity

Despite a promising plot, excellent arc and a dramatic climax, Against the Gates of Hell, by Mylow Young, fell short of my expectations. Flat characters, a heavy dose of “the hood” vernacular and...

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Mar 3, 14

This Review Submitted by womenknow79

I was lucky enough to receive “101 Conversation Starters for Couples” by Gary Chapman and Ramon Presson for review. Gary Chapman is also the author of “The Five Love Languages.” This book holds...

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Aug 13, 13

This Review Submitted by calamity_manda

Things have drastically changed in the last ten years, leaving people in their twenties left trying to figure out how to make a go of it when it is hard to get their dream job. This little book of...

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Feb 3, 14

This Review Submitted by domesticgeekgirl

My husband and I read this book together during car rides. We have read a number of marriage strengthening books together this way, but this one was especially riveting. Normally, when the car...

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Nov 8, 14

This Review Submitted by tatumrangel

In "The Adversary: The Christian Versus Demon Activity," Mark I. Bubeck discusses the subject of spiritual warfare and the many struggles that believers are facing today. He talks about...

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Mar 18, 14

This Review Submitted by jenndiggy

Growing up in church I was taught the importance of being meek and mild. The verse in First Peter where women should have a gentle and quiet spirit was impressed on me. I wasn't the most lady...

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Sep 15, 13

This Review Submitted by Lory

Nowadays the problems and pain in our world are bigger and more intense than ever, it feels they persist and distress us. It’s like the threats just keep coming and amplify by the day. Despite all...

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Mar 7, 18

This Review Submitted by Emily Acker

Written by: Stephanie Perry Moore
Published by: LEVB

I am interested in reading any kind of fiction, including children’s fiction. That is why I was excited to read A+ Attitude and...

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May 3, 14

This Review Submitted by Rose Fischer

Overview/Summary

101 Conversation Starters for Couples is the first in a series of pocket-size books of conversation starters. Some questions are silly, some are lighthearted, and others...

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Jul 22, 14

This Review Submitted by colepc

The word theology sounds intimidating, but it really just means the study of God. Though we will never fully understand God, at least not on Earth, we aren't excused from learning what we can...

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Jun 16, 14

This Review Submitted by debwilson

Sarah is proficient in many areas - she can read and write in multiple languages, she can keep complicated ans lengthy accounts, and has a quick and sharp mind. The only thing stopping her from...

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Nov 29, 12

This Review Submitted by hollyallienoah

I especially appreciated the chapter on single parenting. As a single parent I find it hard sometimes after working a full time job, helping with homework, doing the house chores, and squeezing...

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Nov 20, 13

This Review Submitted by seekingmyLord

I rarely read a book from cover to cover twice, but when I was given the opportunity to receive a free copy of the 2012 Edition of The 5 Love Languages of Children by Gary Chapman and Ross...

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Sep 24, 12

This Review Submitted by womenknow79

I was lucky enough to receive "101 More Conversation Starters for Couples" by Gary Chapman & Ramon Presson. I love this book. It is loaded with conversation starters for couple. It...

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Sep 7, 13

This Review Submitted by jenn

I've heard a lot about The 5 Love Languages, but just haven't read one of the books until now. I recently read The 5 Love Languages of Children which I feel is helping me to communicate...

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Apr 19, 13

This Review Submitted by Cheryl

Sometimes it's the little things in life that make big impacts. This book is little, simple, and fun. There aren't any bells and whistles or deep philosophical studies…but the questions...

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May 24, 14

This Review Submitted by BlueJanes

I have read another book by this author which I thoroughly enjoyed and looked forward to see what this study has to offer. I was not disappointed. Her writing style is engaging and there is so...

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Jul 6, 17

This Review Submitted by creazian

Do you want to know how to encourage your colleagues in your workplace or feel uncomfortable reaching out? Here is the book that you need in order to get along well with your co-workers, no matter...

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May 9, 13

This Review Submitted by healthactivist

In order to experience the power you need to activate it.

We live in the digital age, are dependent upon gadgets to search the Internet, send out e-mails, connect with friends on Face book...

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Jul 31, 13