The Maze Readers

 

April 29, 2019

By Norah Edwards


You know those books that start out one way, and you’re anticipating something very particular from them, and then they just entirely change it all up? This book took me fully by surprise, meaning I didn't really envision to like it as much as I did. I...

April 29, 2019

By Lucy Harris


Youngsters start contemplating about their career as early as grade schoolers. But most of the time, they plan their future goals and objectives more strategically in high school. Throughout these formative years, students can take advantage of internship...

April 23, 2019

By Sarah Carter


Have you ever completed a book and sighed with satisfaction? What about slammed a book shut, enraged at the ending? How about gradually closing the book, cock your head to the side, and think to yourself why haven't you read this book before? This is one...

April 23, 2019

By Norah Edwards


Over the weekend, I decided that it was about time I read a book that I really wanted to read in lieu of one I’ve been meaning to. I’ve stopped in the middle of several books a little while back because I just couldn’t seem to give them the attention th...

April 23, 2019

By Lucy Harris


As a mom to a toddler, I can genuinely say that reading to our kids has never been this essential since time immemorial. Reading stories to your children or having them read these types of books by themselves can spark your child’s imagination, alleviates...

April 23, 2019

 By Amelia Miller


While riffing through some books that I own but still haven’t gotten to pick up yet, I came upon Larry Land's " Poisoned America U.S.A.: Death Factories In Our Midst". From the very beginning of the book, I was already intrigued and captivated. I'm su...

April 23, 2019

By Grace Adams


Dancing in the Dark, is a novel that follows three wounded individuals—a psychotherapist and two of his patients—as they grapple to get the better of grief and loss, and eventually accept life and love again. As Dr. Salinger witnesses his two patient’s c...

April 15, 2019

By Sarah Carter

The description of this book hooked me right off. I am a sucker for poems these days, and especially poetry that is not on my radar. When I got this book and started reading, I was strung out by the end of every page and head over heels in just a matter...

April 9, 2019

By Olivia Roberts

My sister in law has been bugging me about reading this book for days. It started out subtly—recommending it by saying how much she loved it. Then it skyrocketed to her buying it for me and made me feel guilty if I don't put my hands on it. Guess what?...

April 9, 2019

By Olivia Roberts


Have you ever asked yourself if there was more to your spiritual walk than what you currently have? Have you ever pondered what really is the principle of true Christianity? Then I have just the right book for you. If you haven’t read any book yet this...

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