Daily Archives: May 4, 2019

The Payments You Have Withheld By Fraud

Recently, a friend of mine that I had met at the Feast of Tabernacles in Estonia who happens to be from Australia commented to me that I was the only person he knew of within the Church of God who … Continue reading

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The Only People Who Object To Escape Are Jailers

Earlier today (as I write this), I began reading a collection of some of the nonfiction writings of Neil Gaiman, a noted British writer of speculative fiction whose works I have to-date been unfamiliar with, although they are at least … Continue reading

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Book Review: Cross Creek

Cross Creek, by Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings It had been my belief that Marjorie Rawlings was a bit of a one-hit wonder, as she is largely known today only for her novel The Yearling, which is one of those weepy melodramatic … Continue reading

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Book Review: Cold Comfort Farm

Cold Comfort Farm, by Stella Gibbons It is admittedly a shame that this sparkling and lighthearted book was the first novel published by the author and one that has overshadowed her later work, but this is a sparkling novel that … Continue reading

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Book Review: Farmer Duck

Farmer Duck, by Martin Waddell & Helen Oxenbury This is one of the worst books I have ever read.  It is difficult to imagine how such a book like this could be written and conceived as an exploration of justice.  … Continue reading

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