Mark’s #25 – Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell (2004)

August 1, 2012 0

Cloud Atlas is as confusing as it is engaging.  Normally a difficult to follow plot (or plots in this case) is frustrating for the reader and quickly drains the enjoyment of the reading.  However, David Mitchell, is able to tell six seemingly disconnected stories that vary in time, location, and […]

Mark’s #13 – The Reason for God by Timothy Keller

March 31, 2012 0

New York City pastor and founder of Redeemer Presbyterian Church, Tim Keller, has regularly engaged skeptics of faith in general and Christianity in particular.  In The Reason for God, Keller compiles decades worth of intellectual engagement with these skeptics to put forth a great introduction and defense for the Christian […]

Mark’s #7 – The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkein

February 13, 2012 0

Before Frodo, their was Bilbo Baggins; A home loving hobbit from Bag end. For the past couple of weeks I read this book to my daughters before bedtime. They loved it, and I did too.  Each chapter of this epic fantasy novel is an episodic story within the grand adventure. […]

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