LDS Genre Top Picks

Mary Ann

I’m with Aubrey–Jabberwocky (by Daniel Coleman) was amazing. His style of writing fit the poem like a glove. A “novel” idea. I’ve read the poem many times and never really read life into it until I read life into it until I read this book. He’s coming out with a book on the Mad Hatter next and we have a pre-order list up front.

The one this week is God So Loved the World, by Eric D. Huntsman. This book is an absolute must for appreciation of the Savior’s final week. Eric Huntsman is coming out with a similar book with a format on the Savior’s birth. It will be a really good one.

Just Shy of Paradise, by Carole Thayne Warburton, was enjoyable for me not only because of the local points of interest, but also the history of Cache Valley it alluded to.

Double Deceit, by Stephanie Humphreys, was a surprise to me. It was a totally bizarre plot, but I was hooked. Really a fun read.

New York Times Best-Seller

Ralph and I are reading the Miracle of Freedom: 7 Tipping Points that Saved the World, and are again completely taken in by the format of the Stewarts’ straight history intermingled with a dialogue in the time, making it a hard book to catalogue (history vs. historical fiction), but a fascinating book to read.

One comment

  1. I’m glad you enjoyed Double Deceit, by Stephanie Humphreys. The story line of Stephanie’s first book, “Finding Rose”, begins in Logan. You may want to check it out.

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