Tag Archives: fiction

The Curiosity Index (13.04.2018)

The Women of T4G I don’t really know anything about T4G, I’m not following it or watching it or to be honest all that interested, but this by Melissa Edginton showed up in my RSS feed (which by the way is how you should get

The Curiosity Index (07.09.2017)

An Introduction to the Spiritual Disciplines I’ve grown to appreciate how Brett & Kate McKay integrate their faith on their site The art of manliness. More often they produce fun stuff like how to ride a motorcycle but here use it to encourage spiritual growth. For the soul to

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Book Review: Dominion

Every now & then I get bogged down in my reading, too many theological tomes and sooner or later the river of reading runs dry. It’s at those points that I pick up a fiction book to get things flowing again. Having read several of

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Book Review: Gilead

What amounts to a life well lived? What kind of person would you be at the end of your days? It’s a question not enough us ask and more of us would do well to reflect on. We’re too busy living to reflect on whether

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Book Review: Heartstone

  Every now and then I need a break from theological works and a good murder mystery usually does the trick. Heartstone is the fifth in the Shardlake stories and having enjoyed the previous four I was looking forward to this one. There are lots to

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Book Review: The girl who played with fire

The girl who played with fire by Stieg Larsson is the second in his bestselling trilogy after The girl with the dragon tattoo. It continues the adventures of Mikael Blomkvist and Lisbeth Salander although this time the prominent roles are switched with Salander being the central

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Book Review: Before the Frost

Both my reading and reviewing have been slow so far this year, partly because planning and preparing for a big move takes up a lot of spare time and mental energy so this is an attempt to catch up. Having readThe girl with the dragon

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Book Review: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is the first in the late Stieg Larsson’s Millenium Trilogy and was one of the best-selling books of the past couple of years. Larsson was from Sweden and I just went there on holiday so I bought it at