Books Read in 2008


Never Say Can’t by Jerry Ballard, reviewed here.
Whom God Has Joined by Isobel Kuhn, reviewed here.
Letters to Sarah by Gerri Story.
How To Say No To a Stubborn Habit (subtitled Even When You Feel Like Saying Yes) by Erwin Lutzer (republished under the title Winning the Inner War: How To Say No to a Stubborn Habit) reviewed here.
In the Best Possible Light by Beneth Peters Jones, subtitled Godly Femininity in the Twenty-first Century.
Mistaken Identity by Mark Tabb, reviewed here.

Christian fiction:

Sabrina by Lori Wick, reviewed here.
Between Sundays by Karen Kingsbury, reviewed here.
SAHM I Am by Meredith Efken, reviewed here.
As Time Goes By by Lori Wick.
Wounded Healer by Donna Fleisher.
Warrior’s Heart by Donna Fleisher.
Valiant Hope by Donna Fleisher.
Standing Strong by Donna Fleisher, reviewed with the previous three here.
Symphony of Secrets by Sharon Hinck, reviewed here.
Someday by Karen Kingsbury.
A Daughter’s Inheritance by Tracie Peterson and Judith Miller.
Uncharted by Angela Hunt, reviewed here.
The Forbidden by Beverly Lewis, reviewed here.
The Restorer’s Journey by Sharon Hinck, third in the Sword of Lyric series, reviewed here.
The Listener by Terri Blackstock, reviewed here.
Dawn’s Light by Terri Blackstock reviewed here.
Only Uni by Camy Tang.
Sisterchicks Go Brit! by Robin Jones Gunn reviewed here.
Now and Always by Lori Copland.
Peculiar Treasures by Robin Jones Gunn, reviewed here.
It Happens Every Spring by Gary Chapman and Catherine Palmer, reviewed here.
Jessie by Lori Wick, reviewed here.
The Longing by Beverly Lewis, reviewed here.
Home to Hart’s Crossing by Robin Lee Hatcher, reviewed here.
Sunset by Karen Kingsbury
Summer Breeze by Catherine Palmer and Gary Chapman, reviewed here.
Stepping Into Sunlight by Sharon Hinck, reviewed here.
Sisters, Ink by Rebeca Seitz
All I Have to Give by Melody Carlson
A Merry Little Christmas which is a compilation of two novellas, one by Catherine Palmer and one by Jillian Hart.
@ Home for the Holidays by Meredith Efken

Classics and other fiction:

Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen, reviewed here.
Mansfield Park by Jane Austen, reviewed here.
The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas, reviewed here.
To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, reviewed here.


6 thoughts on “Books Read in 2008

  1. I have a series that is wonderful. The first couple of pages, I was like wow this is different. Then I became hooked on the characters. It is definitely a different twist but one that is thoroughly enjoyable. It makes literal several aspects of being a christian. For example: In the book when a person “gets saved” they receive a golden breastplate that indicates their salvation…I really don’t want to say too much because I don’t want to ruin the books but they are a definite read. The series is the Guardian King by Karen Hancock. If you do read these books, please let me know if you enjoy them!

  2. Everytime I see the title To Kill a Mockingbird I do some sort of penence for never having read it. I have a guilt complex or something.

    Great list of books! I look forward to hearing your thoughts on all the books you’ll read in 2009!

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