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The books I completed in July are:
- Take Four by Karen Kingsbury, the fourth and last in her Above the Line series primarily about Christian filmmakers.
- Emma by Jane Austen. Not reviewed yet — hopefully some time soon! I was originally wanting to watch both film versions I have again to compare them to the book, but with getting ready to move, that hasn’t happened.
- Hoping for Something Better: Refusing to Settle for Life as Usual, a Bible study by Nancy Guthrie. I’ve finished the study but am rereading the text and will review it when I get done. But I can tell you I loved it and it is very meaty!
- Chosen Ones by Alister E. McGrath, first in a Christian fantasy series called The Aedyn Chronicles, which I won from Quilly. I’ve just barely finished it and haven’t reviewed it yet.
- The Cambridge Seven by John Pollock about seven Cambridge students who were all called to China around the same time and who were used by God in an unusual way in England and Scotland in the months before they left for China. I just finished this yeserday and hope to discuss it soon.
I just started Prints Charming by Rebeca Seitz, and I am not sure what I will pick up next, but on my TBR shelf waiting for me are Her Mother’s Hope by Francine Rivers, Here Burns My Candle by Liz Curtis Higgs, Faithful Women and Their Extraordinary God by Noel Piper, and 50 People Every Christian Should Know: Learning From Spiritual Giants of the Faith by Warren Wiersbe.
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