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Daily Archives: January 27, 2014
William Sirls. The Sinners’ Garden. Nashville: Thomas Nelson, 2013. The Sinners’ Garden is about broken people being healed, supernatural phenomena, and mystery. The strongest feature of this book is its characterization. There is Andy Kemp, a reclusive, moody teen with … Continue reading