Ebook Review: The Fifth Crusade

The Fifth Crusade (The Crusades Book 2) by Mark Butler The year is 1215 in medieval Europe. Pope Innocent III is waging two Crusades simultaneously. The smaller Albigensian Crusade is a vicious war on the Cathars, an extremist sect of separatists in Southern France. The Fifth Crusade is also raging, emptying Europe's fighting men into the Middle …

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Ebook Review: The Art of Love

The Art of Love: Origins of Sinners Grove by A.B. Michaels How Much Would You Sacrifice for Love? With nothing but a strong back and a barrel full of ambition, August Wolff finds wealth beyond measure in the frozen goldfields of the Klondike. Success, however, comes at an unbearably high price. Now Gus walks alone, and all …

Ebook Review: The First Sunday

The First Sunday by R.J. Berry Rose always knew what she wanted. But the Lord had other plans for her. In this engaging story, author R.J. Berry is inspired by certain events in her grandmother's life and loosely chronicles her life in the late twenties and early thirties. The story begins with Sunday Rose Tyler's …

Ebook Review: Seeing Colette

Seeing Colette by Yon Walls After a fatal epidemic, a young Colette Stonethrower flees her village to a life as an orphanage guardian, until another tragedy changes everything. As she leaves again on faith, migrating far from the place of her birth, she meets a talented, idealistic stranger and makes a friend from a foreign land …

Book Review: Eromenos

Eromenos by Melanie McDonald "Eros and Thanatos converge in the story of a glorious youth, an untimely death, and an imperial love affair that gives rise to the last pagan god of antiquity. In this coming-of-age novel set in the second century AD, Antinous of Bithynia, a Greek youth from Asia Minor, recounts his seven-year affair …