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Truth Doesn't Have a Side

November 3, 2017
Truth Doesn't Have a Side

This is not the type of book I normally read, and I still cannot say why I chose it, but I am so glad I did! Truth Doesn't Have a Side is the story of Dr. Bennet Omalu. He is the doctor who first discovered CTE in NFL players. What I love about the book is that it does not start off with stats and science, but instead we get to know Dr. Omalu. How we grew up in Nigeria, how he got to be a doctor in the U.S. We get to learn more about his personality and then he introduces us to the faithful day when he met a former NFL player who had died.

Whether you have children playing football, watch football or just like to know more, this book is for you. I found it kept my attention the entire time and the day after I finished reading it a friend posted on her Facebook page about how a family member (teen) had just gotten a concussion from a high school football game and I pointed her towards this book.

I received this book from Book Look Bloggers to review. All opinions are 100% mine.
 

In the Middle of The Mess {Review}

October 24, 2017
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I was so thrilled to see that Sheila Walsh had a new book. I have seen her speak a few times at Women of Faith conferences in the past and always find her relevant and so open and honest. 

In her latest book In the Middle of the Mess, she shares with the readers her journey after the death of her mother. She has a way of being able to tell her story but have it be used to help others. I so enjoyed the inspiration I found in her words and the bible versus she chose to share. 

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Evicted - Poverty And Profit in The American City {Review}

October 15, 2017
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When I saw Evicted, I felt compelled to read it. The topic is one that intrigued me and I felt like I wanted to know more. I had never read a book that was piece of ethnography. I found the book very compelling and educational. To see the true struggles of people that have been evicted and how the system really makes it more difficult, rather than a help, was very eye opening. The next day at work we had a homeless lady come in and I found myself better able to relate to her plight, I felt li...
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The Awakening of HK Derryberry (Review)

September 28, 2017
The Awakening of HK Derryberry: My Unlikely Friendship with the Boy Who Remembers Everything

I must admit, just from the title of this book, I was a little skeptical. What would it be like, what did they mean by awakening. Well, let me say this book is so heart warming and written with suck an ease. I loved getting to know HK and truly understand his awakening and what it meant. Learning more about the story of HK, a now young man who was born blind and with cerebral palsy, makes you think of people with disabilities in a new way.

I would recommend this book to everyone!

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A Time to Stand {Review}

September 23, 2017

Apparently Robert Whitlow is a pretty famous author, where have I been? I looked forward to reading A Time to Stand, as the topic is very current. A white police officer is accused of shooting a black teenager and is going to be put on trial for the shooting. In comes a local lawyer who hires a young, black women lawyer to help him with the case. Do I have your interest yet?

This book is so well written! I love the fact that it is a Christian book and most of the characters in the book use the...
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Don't Settle for Safe {Review}

August 30, 2017



While I enjoyed the book, when I was done I realized that the author told a lot of stories about herself and then walked the reader through how to handle these situations or ones similar. For me, most of the stories were not something pertinent to me, so I finished the book not feeling like I gained a lot personally, kind of seemed like another self help book. 

I am sure there are many readers who could relate to her stories and would get more out of it.

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Street of Eternal Happiness {Review}

August 26, 2017
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This is one of the best books I have read in a while, a must read! This is Rob Schmitz's first book and he did such a good job. The book centers around people who live or work on the Street of Eternal Happiness in Shanghai. He does an amazing job of letting us into their lives, current and past and paints such an amazing picture of them and the street itself.

I could not wait to pick it up each day after work and find out more about these interesting people. I would love for it to be made into...
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Here and Gone {Review}

July 23, 2017
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I normally do not read a lot of suspense (thriller) books, but thought I would change things up and choose to review Here and Gone by Haylen Beck. This is the first book I can remember actually be anxious reading! Early on in the book I actually thought about putting it down, afraid of what might come next. I would say that is the sign of a good thriller book! 

The story revolves around an abused wife who is escaping her husband with her two children. They get pulled over in the middle of nowh...
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An Outlaw and a Lady {Review}

July 13, 2017

I love when I get so enthralled with a book that I do not want to put it down and such was the case with An Outlaw and a Lady: A memoir of music, life with Waylon. Jessi Colter is the wife of Waylon Jennings. I am not a country music fan, but I am a biography fan, and this autobiography is amazing! I loved learning about Jessi, her early years traveling with her mother, her first marriage and then meeting Waylon and the years and trials they had. I enjoyed her sharing lyrics to some of her so...
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The Naturalist Theodore Roosevelt Review

June 29, 2017
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I was in a history mood when I selected The Naturalist as the next book to read. I knew a little about Theodore Roosevelt, knew he helped start national parks, but this book really digs in his favorite past time, hunting, killing and preserving animals and it started at a young age. I loved learning more about this side of him and his many expeditions, including his well know trip to Africa after his presidency was over.

If you enjoy history, I would recommend this book.

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