Recommended by Mark Tubbs.
Called the heir to Tolkien's legacy, Jordan has created a fantasy series for the ages.
Recommended by Tim Challies.
A fictionalized account of John Calvin's life, definitely worth a read.
A brief but hearty defence of the Bible's truthfulness, albeit from a bad angle.
Not recommended by Tim Challies.
Addresses tough theological questions, but not enough biblical answers.
A poor theological analysis of an even poorer theological novel.
A brilliant account of a boy's summer discoveries.
An entertaining collection that starts with a bang and ends with a fizzle.
A one-of-a-kind, dualistic, futuristic novel in which the Lamb wins, but not in the way you might expect.
Not simply one of the best Canadian novels I have read, but one of the best novels, period.
Steinbeck’s classic rendition of a folktale about the nature of the heart of man and the depths of evil.
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