"I am ready to meet my maker. Whether my maker is prepared to meet me is another matter."
-Winston Churchill

Thursday, July 22, 2010

**** Review of Spirit by Andrew Feder

SpiritSpirit by Andrew Feder

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Spirit by Andrew Feder is a great twist on spirituality. Delving into the world of astral projection, this book will definitely leave you wondering..."What If".

Randall Lender went from rock bottom to being one of the world's greatest motivational speakers. Teaching what he has learned about life, love, and spirituality, Randall is beloved by most of the world, with one minor exception...The Guilders.

The Guilders, leaders of religion who think it has to be their way or no way, don't like what Randall teaches, and want to see him disposed of. When Randall cancels his schedule for the day, he takes a much needed meditation and out of body experience. Only today, Randall finds himself thrusted into someone else's body.

Not understanding what happened, Randall comes to the realization that he is in big trouble when he comes to his senses in a murderer's body. Now facing execution, his lawyer Sandy, a public defender, must learn to trust that he is actually Randall Lender in another body, and help him to learn what happened and how to get back to his own body.

In a great spiritual warfare, Spirit brings to light the meaning of metaphysics, and the chances one takes during astral projection. "What if" it happened to you?

Feder did a fantastic job with this title, giving insight to astral projection and constantly leaving you wondering, "What If?" We all know that there is a constant battle between good and evil, a difference in religions, leadership, government, but what if this is exactly what happens?

I give Spirit **** (4) Stars, BK Walker, http://bkwalkerbooks.weebly.com

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Monday, July 5, 2010

Winner for Hope Ocean

The winner for Hope Ocean is Lorrie Struiff.  Congratulations Lorrie!  Please watch for an email for further details :).

Thank you to all for visiting Lily's interview and leaving a comment for her.

Friday, July 2, 2010

***** Review of Heart of a Warrior by Margaret West

Heart of a Warrior Heart of a Warrior by Margaret West

My rating: 5 of 5 stars
The Heart of a Warrior by Margaret West was "OMG" phenomenal! Becoming enthralled from the first sentence I couldn't put this book down until I finished it!Belinda Carter escapes to Arizona looking for some comfort from her father as she is going through a nasty divorce. Upon her arrival, she finds a distaste for several people who claim to be helping her father and that her dad is actually in the hospital recovering from a heart attack.Though her dad has told her much about the Navajo that live on a Res nearby her fathers home, Belinda seems to keep putting her foot in her mouth when she meets Yuma, the Navajo Chief.She is worried about her father and wanting at the same time for the Navajo Clan to like her for her, not because she is her Harry's daughter. She finally gets to see her dad after a fight about visiting hours, where she was going to sleep, and apologizing for making the Chief angry.While trying to keep the peace with Yuma, Belinda is also worried about her fathers store, which she is sure that is on its downfall and that the current caretakers are running it, and her fathers good name into the desert ground. She doesn't trust Jez Landsdowne any farther than she can throw him and he continually proves his actions to be dishonest.When Aponi, (Yuma's niece) and Belinda go for a night swim, Jez once again proves his ill intentions and Yuma must come to the rescue. This is when their relationship begins to flourish, even though they are continually butting heads.West did a fantastic job with The Heart of a Warrior. The plot was perfect, with added humor I found myself laughing at times, angry at others while rooting for Belinda to come out on the winning side. I really liked Yuma's stubborness and Belinda's feistiness, West did a great job mixing the chemistry between these two.The only thing I was left with was wanting more at the end of this title.West did a superb job capturing the essence of Native Americans and it will definitely capture your heart! I give it ***** (5) Stars, BK Walker, http://bkwalkerbooks.weebly.com/

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