Sunday, November 15, 2015

The TOP TEN on the Bookshelf

At the end of the year, I post about the top ten books of the year. Before I do that, which will be in a few weeks, I want to share with you my top favorites from the Read Shelf of my bookshelf. These are the top books that I will keep and reread multiple of times.

I will start with the most favorite of them all and go in descending order. Hope you enjoy and maybe you will find a new book to add to your collection. 

#1
The Blue Flower by Henry van Dyke
~This century-plus old novel holds a treasure of allegorical stories to Jesus' ministries while on earth. Rich in prose and vivid in imagination, I can never part with this book.







#2
Tapestry of Trust by Mary Annslee Urban
~Like a tapestry where the threads weave in and out to create a picture, this book contains threads of love, forgiveness, trust, and sacrifice wove into a beautiful story.






 
#3
Pirate by Night by Lisa Asenato
~To chose revenge or redemption is harder than it seems. This book tells a richly inspiring tale of love.






#4
Space Drifters: The Emerald Enigma by Paul Regnier
~Parables, allegories, and symbolism combine in this fast paced, highly entertaining, but thought provoking space adventure.






#5
from Dishes to Snow by Kathy M. Howard
~Truthfully poignant and true to life, this book shows how God can heal the most heartbroken of them all.






#6
Hope by Josephine Walker
~Mystery and faith weave a fantastic story that counters superstition and fear where only Truth wins.








#7
Willing to Die by John Muntean
~The true history of Romania and one man's attempt to save his family and people show history repeating itself, especially in America.





#8
Darkness Follows by Mike Dellosso
~Symbolism and Faith, the Bible and its truth, demons and their lies, all combat as one man tries to unravel the dangerous mystery consuming him.







#9
Dynamo by Eleanor Gustafson
~God equips. God leads. Such a heartbreaking story of two rebellious souls who form a bond and how each is a part of God's glory.






#10
Good-Bye, Lover by Rachel Britz
~A sweet but deeply provoking book about ultimate sacrifice and the rewards of trusting in His love.












Tell me some of your favorites Christian books and be entered to win your choice of a Romance, Historical, Contemporary, Speculative or Thriller Christian book.

3 comments:

  1. Intriguing list. Some new books for me to read. Thanks!

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    1. You're welcome! Would like a book for commenting? Just state which genre, send me your email address, and I'll send a list to choose from. :)
      Come back in a few weeks to see what makes the Top Ten of 2015. :)

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    2. *Would you like a book...
      Having to edit my own comments. :)

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