Book Review: The Underground Abductor by Nathan Hale

Nathan Hale’s Hazardous Tales: The Underground Abductor by Nathan Hale In this volume, the British officer supervising Nathan Hale’s execution demands a story where America doesn’t look so good. Hale tells a tale from the days of slavery, specifically about Harriet Tubman. She was one of the most successful abductors on the Underground Railroad, a [Read More…]

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Book Review: We’ll Never Tell Them by Fiorella de Maria

We’ll Never Tell Them by Fiorella de Maria This novel tells the stories of two women, Kristjana and Liljana. Liljana is the illegitimate daughter of a mostly crazy woman living on Malta at the end of 1800s. Liljana’s childhood is hard because of her unstable home life which makes complications in her school life. Her mother [Read More…]

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Book Review – The Apostasy That Wasn’t

There are some things when I run across them in a novel, movie, or even religious discussion immediately set off alarm bells for me. One of them is anything involving the Nephalem. It just never turns out well and most often very silly. Another is Constantine. Constantine gets blamed for a lot by a lot [Read More…]

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