Words Cannot Describe “The 49th Mystic” Adequately… Guest Review by Hayley

Ted Dekker’s “The 49th Mystic” – easily the most unique and profound novel I have read in years and perhaps ever.  I did not know what to expect.  And yet even without clear expectations, it still managed to surpass them.  Honestly, I believe I could read this book ten times over and still not be finished learning from it. Continue reading

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What a Story! Don’t Miss “The Illusionist’s Apprentice”!

Wow… just, wow! This was basically my first impression after reaching the end of Kristy Cambron’s newest novel from Thomas Nelson Publishers, entitled “The Illusionist’s Apprentice”. As the second stand-alone story of Ms. Cambron’s “Jazz Age Entertainers” series, this book takes readers on a fascinating journey through the inner workings of 1920s vaudeville entertainment, and the art of illusion – both of which were very unfamiliar to me. With numerous references to the infamous Harry Houdini, and a plot filled with mystery and secrets, this novel is certain to appeal to all fans of Inspirational Historical Fiction. Continue reading