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Last year I read, not because I like reading (which I do) but because I needed to read to survive, quite literally. I was able to survive the numerous low points of last year by turning to literature. Here are the most important things I read last year in no particular order. 1. John Piper's … Continue reading 2018’s Most Important Literature
Last year was a year of many regrets for me. I regret doing some stuff, and I regret not doing some stuff. One of the things I regret not doing is keeping a book log. So here's 2019's book log. In life and on WordPress! 1.Tim LaHaye and Jerry Jenkins - Left Behind:Apollyon. 2. Tim … Continue reading 2K19 Book Log
The day papa died my mum stayed up all night crying. I tried to fix her, soothe her, comfort her. I thought she was crying for my father, her husband; that charming man. It was the loveliest thing my four year old mind could think of, the most heartbreaking too. That day I imagined that … Continue reading Four
Harry Potter. J.K Rowling's Harry Potter series of magical books have been transporting us to magical realities for a very long time now. They've never (and might never) grow old generation after generation of children will grow up learning about the classic heroes journey from Rowling's books. One of my favorite characters from the Harry … Continue reading Jesus And Horcruxes
Ray Bradbury is a strange kind of writer (in my opinion) and his novel is a strange kind of novel, an incredible accomplishment when you consider that the genre is an all too familiar one - the dystopian novel. One of the more interesting things about this novel is it's numerous similarities to George Orwell's … Continue reading Fahrenheit 451: A Review